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Eagle Days 2012 volunteer and Master Naturalist Carolyn Solomon, right, talks with fellow volunteer and Master Gardener Jeannie Robbins about the current count of visitors who came by Willmore Lodge Saturday. Solomon worked as a “meet and greet” volunteer, helping to answer questions and document the number of people who came by as well as where they were from around the region and country.

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Leaving a Lake Legacy: Eagle Days 2012 volunteers at home with nature

Master Naturalists help visitors enjoy Lake Area tradition

ike Windels, all the Master Naturalists who make up the crux of the volunteer force at Eagles Days assist in not only making sure the event goes off without a hitch. They encourage visitors to be more recognizant, appreciative and enthused about how significant eagles and all of the region’s creatures and environment are to Lake of the Ozarks.

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