The importance of protecting Ferry Bluff State Natural Area

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The importance of protecting Ferry Bluff State Natural Area


Winter weather determines how much ice cover occurs and where that ice is located. Eagles need open water or uncovered fields to find their food and eagles prefer to use night roosts that are located as close to their foraging areas as possible. Photo by Ted Thousand

Ferry Bluff Eagle Council, working to protect, enhance and maintain Bald Eagle habitat in the Sauk Prairie area through education, research and management activities.

 

 


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