Saving Our Avian Resources has two bald eagles that are completing their rehabilitation and will be ready for release.
Their flight back into the wild will be celebrated from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday March 24.
One of the eagles to be released was originally cared for at the Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine Wildlife Care Clinic and completed rehabilitation at SOAR.
People will learn the eagles' stories during the event including that one of the birds had elevated blood lead levels. Mike Havlik will share an eagle story and information about students' work at ISU Wildlife Care Clinic will also be shared.
SOAR volunteers will be on hand to answer questions, as will volunteers with the Lead is Poison Coalition.