Posted by on October 11, 2011 in Bird Watching

Catch of the Day (Explored)

Look for feeding eagles during a Beaver Lake Eagle Watch cruise.

October is a good time to visit Eureka Springs. Leaf peepers come to admire vivid fall colors. Outdoor enthusiasts come to bike, hike and explore the Ozarks. Art enthusiasts come to browse the many art galleries in town.

Some of the most popular visitors to arrive in Eureka Springs and the Arkansas Ozarks each October are the bald eagles who winter here. Let our Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast serve as your headquarters for your Ozark Eagle adventure.

Consider taking an Eagle Watch cruise aboard the Belle of the Ozarks. Expert guides will be on board throughout the month of October, helping to spot eagles and sharing a good deal of information about our national bird.

In the pasts, guests of our Bed and Breakfast Eureka Springs have returned from Eagle Watch Cruises on Beaver Lake with photos of mature eagles, immature eagles, hunting eagles, and eagles perched atop swaying trees. No matter how many times we see eagles, they always inspire awe. Their remarkable cry sends chills down the spine.

Cruises are also a good way to admire fall foliage around Beaver Lake.

For more information about October Eagle Watch Cruises, please visit Belle of the Ozarks.