COLUMBIA — A summer morning outing at Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area can reveal birds as small as iridescent indigo buntings, to imposing turkey vultures roosting in large numbers on high-voltage electrical towers. One might even come across killdeer nesting in the gravel road and faking injuries because they feel threatened by an approaching car.
Columbia Audubon Society's Cache Project helps protect mid-Missouri birds
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