Friday, February 02, 2007

Branson Giving Eagle Watch Tours

In case you weren't aware of it, the over-abundance of lakes and rivers in the Ozarks area are quite an attraction for the American Bald Eagle during winter months. And Branson, being all about the tourists, has taken advantage of this fact to provide bird lovers everywhere with guided Eagle Watch tours now through the end of February. Tours are available daily beginning at 09:00am for individuals or groups and last approximately 2 hours. You do need to make a reservation at least 1 day in advance.

To schedule a tour, call: 1-417-538-2744
and for more information, visit: Branson Eagle Watching Tours

Table Rock Lake seems to have the highest concentration of Eagles in the area, but there are plenty of places where Eagles can be viewed. In addition to the American Bald Eagle, Golden Eagles can be spotted as well as various other "Birds of Prey" including hawks, falcons, owls and vultures. I have not yet had a chance to take one of these tours (because it's too cold for me....brrr!) but I have been fortunate enough to spot some of these magnificent birds in the area over the past 2 months and I can definitely tell you they are worth getting a look at.

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