Friends of Kaw Point Park again hosts an opportunity for you to come out
and enjoy viewing the eagles in the wild.  We will be providing viewing scope
stations with experienced bird watchers to help you spot these great birds from
the board walks and pathways of beautiful Kaw Point Park.

We advise you to dress warmly and sip a cup or two of hot cider while you 
roast a hot dog or two over our open fire.

We are looking for volunteers on Friday and Saturday to help spot the beautiful
birds that frequent the park this time of the year.  The Corps of Engineers will
provide a beautiful display and the great story of eagle recovery in our two 
rivers area.


The Lewis and Clark Expedition arrived at Kaw Point, the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri rivers, on June 26, 1804. The expedition camped at Kaw Point for three days to rest, repair their boats, explore the surrounding countryside, and for the first time during their journey, engage martial law.

Today, Kaw Point is located in the center of metropolitan Kansas City with a great view of downtown, but the Point itself remains in a natural state with beautiful wooded trails, wildflowers, and wildlife. Located along the river, the park has access to highways, the Lewis and Clark Heritage Trail, and two great rivers. This accessible park has an infrastructure to support a large number of visitors, and has an outdoor amphitheater equipped with electricity for performing arts and special events.

Visit the park to see the beautiful scenery and learn more about the Lewis and Clark Expedition.