Roaring River State Park hosts eagle watch weekend before Opening Day

Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Carrie Buehler, left middle, and her 11-year-old son, Derrick Buehler, right middle, point at a perched bald eagle Saturday at Roaring River State Park. Monte Peterson, left, of Diamond, and Roger Krull, back row, search for the eagle, while Anna York, right, 5, of Grove, Okla., looks through her binoculars. Jason Johnston reporter@cassville-democrat.com

Carrie Buehler, left middle, and her 11-year-old son, Derrick Buehler, right middle, point at a perched bald eagle Saturday at Roaring River State Park.

Ryan Persinger, right, interpretive resource specialist at Roaring River State Park, teaches 5-year-old Anna York, center, of Grove, Okla., how to use her binoculars during Saturday's eagle watch at the park. Rhonda Krull, left, of Springfield, said she brought York, her niece, to her first eagle watch. Jason Johnston reporter@cassville-democrat.com
Maureen Persinger, left, and David Persinger, of Gladstone; Rebecca Ludwig, of Kansas City; and Roger Krull, of Springfield, search for bald eagles through their binoculars Saturday at Roaring River State Park. The eagle watch drew 13 people. Jason Johnston reporter@cassville-democrat.com
Sharon Peterson of Diamond looks at a bald eagle through a scope Saturday at Roaring River State Park. Jason Johnston reporter@cassville-democrat.com
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