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Eagles on the Kansas River

Each winter eagles gather along the Kansas River where they can access open water to feed on fish when weather dips below freezing. The annual Kaw Valley Eagles Day is this Saturday, January 25, 2014, at Free State high school.

Five bald eagles sit in a cottonwood tree near city hall on New Years Day. The spot is a favorite long the Kansas River where open water along the dam provides access to fish for the birds.


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