This weekend is the annual "Masters of the Sky" program at the National Great Rivers Museum at the Mel Price Lock & Dam. Each year, the World Bird Sanctuary brings over a variety of bald eagles, owls, falcons, vultures and hawks to the wonder of overflow crowds in the special tent set up for the show. In addition to all of the educational information shared by presenters, thrill seekers will enjoy the "fly-by" as the birds fly from one end of the tent to the other just inches above the crowd.
Natural Resource Specialist Janet Mifflin:
The "Masters of the Sky" runs February 18-20, with shows at 11am, 1pm and 3pm. It's $5 for adults, $3 for kids, and only the first 200 people will be admitted to each show. For more information, call 462-6979, or follow the link: