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Three Rivers OutdoorsUpdated 12:00 a.m., Sun January 31, 2016
This whitetail doe was spotted along the auto-tour route in the Wapanocca National Wildlife Refuge.
On an overcast morning last month, with the temperature hovering around 25 degrees, I stopped at the information booth in the Holla Bend National Wildlife Refuge, paid the $4 vehicle entrance fee and began my drive along the refuge’s 8-mile-long auto-tour route. I had gone only half a mile when I spotted a pair of bald eagles — a mottled juvenile and a white-headed adult — perched atop a snag on the bank of the Arkansas River. So close were they that, looking from my truck window with binoculars, I could see in detail their feathers, hooked beaks and sharp talons. It was an... READ MORE