FLASH DEAL: Migrating Eagles at the Lake of the Ozarks


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Birds of a feather flock together!

A few days ago, I saw 45 eagles (bald and golden species) feeding on chad at the Lake of the Ozarks.

They accumulate around the open water on the main channel, catching fish to eat or feeding their young that are sitting on the outskirts of the open water.

This is a nature lover’s dream!!

For all of you bird watchers, this is a fantastic time to visit the lake.

We’re running a 15% off special for reservations at the Crownview or Casablanca this weekend.

If you’re booking online, use the offer code: EAGLES.

Don’t forget your high-powered binoculars!

Upcoming Events at the Lake of the Ozarks in October

A few weeks ago, we wrote about some of the “you don’t want to miss out” events at the Lake of the Ozarks.

Here are a few to add to your list in case you’re coming down to visit!

FREE 65th Anniversary Concert at Bridal Cave | Thursday, October 17th: Bridal Cave is one of the Lake of the Ozarks’ true treasures. Centuries ago the Osage Native American Indians discovered the pristine beauty that lies beneath Thunder Mountain. Local folklore tells of a legendary Native American Indian wedding ceremony held in the cave in the early 1800s. If THAT hasn’t got your attention, the live music will be Seven Bridges Road, the PREMIERE Eagles tribute band. For more information, check out the flyer for the event here.

5K Walk for World Sight Challenge 2013 | Sunday, October 27th: Head on over to the Laurie Fairgrounds for this World Sight Day, the largest annual global fundraising campaign to address avoidable blindness caused by uncorrected refractive error – simply the need for an eye exam and glasses. The event is hosted by Family Eyecare Associates. To participate, all you need to pay is a $25 registration, which gets you a commemorative t-shirt, food and prizes! Register online at http://www.lakefamilyeyecare.com/.