Nesting golden eagles prompt trail closure

Posted 2/24/20

Spring is almost here and there's new life in Douglas County. That new life is exactly what caused a section of the Douglas County East/West Regional Trail to close Feb. 19. In compliance with …

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Nesting golden eagles prompt trail closure

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Spring is almost here and there's new life in Douglas County.

That new life is exactly what caused a section of the Douglas County East/West Regional Trail to close Feb. 19.

In compliance with federal and state law, the return of nesting golden eagles will keep the trail section closed until further notice to allow the protected species the opportunity and space to nurture new life.

Visit the DCOutdoors Facebook page for updates on trail closures and information highlighting the county's parks, trails and open space.

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