Today is national Save the Eagles Day! This national holiday is celebrated annually on January 10th, and it is the day to honor our national symbol known by every American.
Coincidently, our university’s mascot is an eagle, so this holiday fits perfectly for proud Georgia Southern students. In light of national Save the Eagles Day, below are some cool fun fast facts about our big birds that you probably weren’t aware of.
If you wish to obtain more information, please contact the Center for Wildlife Education.
Born and raised in Georgia, Kristy Daniels is a freshman majoring in English and works for the Reflector as a features reporter. She enjoys reading lengthy novels in the sanctuary of her room, but she also loves to go out to downtown Savannah and stay out until dawn breaks. Kristy considers herself a loyal and reserved person and believes life is too short to not find the humor in everything. On Kristy’s free days, she likes to go out for long runs, play the piano, look at memes or battle online players on her PlayStation 4. Kristy is excited to work her first year in Student Media and anticipates all there is to come!