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In Search of Eagles Quartz Mountain Nature Park-Group Camp
Lone Wolf, OK 73655

Phone: 580-563-2238   405-319-8380
Fax: 580-563-2763

Eagles usually arrive at Quartz Mountain near the end of December and depart around March 1st.  Eagles can be seen coming and going from their roosting areas, usually an hour after sunrise and about an hour before sunset.  Eagles roost in the tall cottonwoods found along the north shore.  On warm afternoons, the eagles can often be seen riding the thermals above Twin Peaks, Quartz Mountain and Hicks Mountain.

Join the park naturalist for an informative eagle presentation at the Group Camp Community Building, located across from the Quartz Mountain grocery store, and caravan ...

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  • General Information: Free admission

  • Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups

  • Projected Attendance: 50





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Located 10 miles S of Lone Wolf on Hwy 44. Turn onto Hwy 44 and drive past the golf course. Cross the river and bear to the right.

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Sue Hokanson

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