Week of February 28th – March 6th

We welcomed New Prague Middle Schools and the YES Program.

This week, New Prague Middle School visited Eagle Bluff in three different groups; Justice League and Red Bulls came for a Monday through Wednesday visit, and Navy Seals came for a Wednesday through Friday visit. While they were here, the 6th graders were able to experience Oneota, Pioneer Life, Winter Survival, Group Challenges, Animal Signs, Treetops, and GPS Pathfinders.

People from the YES (Youth Energy Summit) Program held a meeting at Eagle Bluff.




  • Canada Geese are beginning to fly north.
  • An American Kestrel was seen.
  • An Eastern Bluebird was also seen.
  • Bald Eagles have been seen displaying mating-like behavior.
  • A group of Houseflies were seen (in someone’s house).
  • An active Spider was seen outside.
  • An Opossum was seen.
  • Beaver chew marks were seen on a downed tree.
  • There is no more ice on the Root River.


Thought for the Week

“I believe that there is subtle magnetism in nature, which, if we unconsciously yield to it, will direct us aright.”
Henry David Thoreau


Nature Trivia Question

Answer to Last Week’s Question:
American Crows begin breeding at 2-4 years of age.

This Week’s Question:
How many teeth do Opossums have?


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