Minnesota Prairie Roots

Writing and photography by Audrey Kletscher Helbling

Eagle watching in the Faribault area March 17, 2018

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MARCH MARKS PRIME EAGLE viewing season in Minnesota. Read about my experiences spotting this majestic bird in a blog post published on the Visit Faribault tourism website.

And while you’re on the website, poke around and learn more about this place I call home in southeastern Minnesota.

Copyright 2018 Audrey Kletscher Helbling

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22 Responses to “Eagle watching in the Faribault area”

  1. Ruth Says:

    So cool that you can watch eagles in your area. Inspiring.

  2. Beth Ann Says:

    Love to watch eagles. We have some here in our development that “fish the lakes” so we always keep our eyes out for them. So majestic and so amazing. Thanks for sharing the great website and info.

  3. Dan Traun Says:

    There have been quite a few eagles in Red Wing at Covill Park these last few weeks. Lots and lots of photographers as well.

  4. Valerie Says:

    Nice photo!

  5. A truly majestic bird. Audrey, I love your camera work. My hands have gotten so bad I can’t even hold a camera. I got a selfie stick for my cell phone camera but I rarely use it. Have you checked out my new books on the Amazon Authors page? I got a little reckless I tried writing a book.

  6. Jackie Says:

    Beautiful shot Audrey. Rick and I like to go to Red Wing and Wabasha to watch the Eagles. Also there is a nest not far from the cabin, we love spotting them flying over the lake.

  7. pkpm519 Says:

    The link you gave was marked as unsafe!

  8. It’s beautiful 😍


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