Bald Eagle Struck And Killed By Motorist In Pulaski County

Word comes to us from the Missouri Conservation Department of a bald eagle death in Pulaski County. According to the Conservation Department, an adult bald eagle was recently struck and killed by a motorist in Pulaski County as it was landing to feed on a roadkill deer.
Missouri is a popular place for wintering bald eagles. Bald eagles prey on fish, birds, and mammals but also eat roadkill when available.
The conservation department urges motorists to use caution and be on the lookout for wildlife when traveling Missouri roads and highways.