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Not all Blue Jays are Blue
An interesting fledgling spent time in the wildlife hospital this summer                                                        (added 01/25/08)

Lakeside's New Venomous Snakes are Settling In
You can see all five species of venomous snakes native to Missouri                                                         (added 01/25/08)

Fox Hollow Trail Open to Public.
Pick up a map and hike the newest trail at Lakeside Nature Center.                                                             (added 06/28/06)
Chimney Swifts Return to Lakeside Nature Center
Chimney Swifts nest in Lakeside Nature Center tower for the third year.  Check the eggs in the swift cam!         (added 06/04/06)
Goose Struck by Arrow Has Recovered

After receiving extensive physical therapy, the goose was transferred to a rehabilitation site.                    (Updated 06/04/06)
Earth Day Wrap-up
More than 500 attend Earth Day event at LNC       (Added 05/11/06)

Blue River Rescue Report
Project Blue River Rescue collected its four millionth pound of trash during the rescue on April 1, 2006.                      (added 05/11/06)
Holiday Golden Eagle Released

Golden Eagle arrived at Lakeside Nature Center on Thanksgiving and resumed his migration on Christmas Day.      (added 01/30/06)
Bald Eagle Flies Free
Team from Friends of Lakeside Nature Center releases rehabilitated Bald Eagle back to the wild.              (added 01/12/06)
PBRR Receives Environmental Excellence Award
Bridging the Gap honored Project Blue River Rescue, the largest one-day stream cleanup in Missouri, with the Keep Kansas City Beautiful Environmental Excellence award.          (added 11/21/05)
Eagle Takes up Residence at Lakeside Nature Center.
US Fish and Wildlife gives permission to place American Bald eagle on exhibit at Lakeside Nature Center.                 (added 08/23/05)
An Art Legend's Legacy to Lakeside
One percent for art results in beautiful sculpture for Lakeside Nature Center                                                  (added 08/23/05)

Chimney Swifts Return to Lakeside Nature Center
Chimney Swifts nest in Lakeside Nature Center tower for the second year                                                     (added 08/23/05)

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