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Outdoor Adventures with Tom Clay

January 24, 2011

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Here is this weeks Show, take a look! We will come at you each week with breaking news from around the Bluegrass. “video clip” click read more!


2 Responses to Outdoor Adventures with Tom Clay

  1. Lynne Stephens on January 3, 2013 at 6:24 pm

    In the Argillite & Oldtown area several of us have been seeing what we believe to be a bald eagle and perhaps its mate. We have been discussing it and thought we’d ask you if there is a chance we may have a pair here in our area? Would you happen to know? I understand they are drawn to large bodies of water and it would make sense they may come close to the Greenbo Lake area. It is exciting to know we may have a pair in our area….they are such a beautiful bird and with it being an endangered spieces at one time, makes it even more exciting for us bird watchers…Any info. you can reply with I will pass on to my friends and neighbors who are on the “Bald Eagle” look-out…..Thanks, Tom!
    Lynne Stephens, Argillite….

  2. Staff on January 3, 2013 at 11:48 pm

    It is very possible Bald Eagles have been spotted at Greenbo, Yatesville, Cave Run and Grayson Lake, some are only wintering while some have been nesting,a pair a Yatesville, and Cave Run, I have more than one pair in the winter at Cave Run…

    This poat by Tom Clay is one of many that Tom has posted over the last few years, Tom is an employee of Greenbo State Park and president of KOPA the Kentucky Outdoor Press Association.

    I am one of the editors here at the magazine and Secretary of KOPA, thanks for you comments.

    Chris Erwin
    Contributing Editor/Publisher
    Kentucky Angling News Magazine
    Outdoor writer for the Greater Ashland Beacon
    Chris is the Secretary of the
    Kentucky Outdoor Press Association

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