WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Nature enthusiasts in Kansas say they they’re seeing a revival of bald eagles across the state, and events are planned to give the public a good look at the once-endangered birds.
The Wichita Eagle says that this spring and summer, Kansas is expected to have at least 100 pairs of bald eagles nesting atop the state’s cottonwoods and sycamores.
Over the next few weekends, Kansas conservation groups and nature centers are inviting the public to free viewings of the eagles.
Those events will be on Saturday at Milford Reservoir near Junction City, Jan. 23 at the Clinton Reservoir near Lawrence, and Jan. 30 and Feb. 6 at the Chaplin Nature Center south of Wichita.
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