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Peyton and Knaggs, "Bald Eagle Counts at Two Facilities Owned and Operated by the Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District," from Nebraska Bird Review (September 1998) 66(3).
Since 1988 the Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District (Central) has provided, free to the public, a bald eagle viewing facility in its Johnson #2 Hydroelectric Plant south of Lexington, Dawson County, and since 1990 a facility near the outlet of the Kingsley Hydroelectric Plant at Lake Ogallala in Keith County.
Central provides binoculars and viewing scopes at both locations as well as personnel to answer questions and provide assistance. These individuals also conducted daily eagle surveys at the facilities.