Monarch butterfly

The View from on High: Eagles to Milkweeds

June 6, 2007 clifftop CliffNotes

From high on the bluff’s clifftops, such as at Fults Hill Prairie Nature Preserve or Eagle Cliff/Miles Cemetery, observers have an entirely new perspective and ability to literally look down on soaring birds, perhaps spotting an eaglet in its awkward initial attempt at flight.  The eaglets, which hatched in January or February, fledge after three […]


coneflowersMonarch butterflyNatural History in Monroe St. Clair and Randolph Counties Illinois

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