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Outdoor Notebook: See bald eagles across Utah

Outdoor Notebook: See bald eagles across Utah

By Brett Prettyman The Salt Lake TribuneUpdated Feb 2, 2011 03:47PM MDT

Utah’s annual Bald Eagle Day is Feb. 12. The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is holding this free watchable wildlife viewing event at five places across the state. State biologists and volunteers will be on hand at each site with spotting scopes to help participants get a close-up look at the national symbol. People should bring scopes, binoculars and cameras if they have them.The locations for the viewing are: • Salt Creek Waterfowl Management Area, 10 miles northwest of Corinne, from 10 ...
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