Mar 17, 2018 · Eagle Festival March 17, 2018. 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. A celebration of birds of prey at Blackwater NWR for the entire family. Additional Info Birds of prey programs featuring live eagles and other raptors, kid’s activities, kid’s bird box construction, eagle prowls, Wildlife Drive tours, wildlife exhibits, live bird exhibits, and food all day!
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Alaska Bald Eagle Festival. The American Bald Eagle Foundation was founded in 1982, and the museum opened its doors 1994. Hundreds of specimens were added to the museum collection over the years, and in 2010 they added the raptor center for a …
Jilkaat Kwaan Heritage Center and Bald Eagle Preserve Visitor Center Announcements We are closed for the 2021 Tour Season The Jilkaat Kwaan Cultural Heritage Center is closed for the 2021 tour season in order to protect our tribal community, especially those members who are at high risk, from the Covid-19 pandemic. We look forward […]
Jul 08, 2021 · By Diana Zimmerman. Bald Eagle Days are back! The festivities begin next Friday, July 16, with the annual chalk art contest, which has been moved to Strong Park and will take place between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. From 3 to 6 p.m., stop by the Elochoman Slough Marina to check out the wares and produce at the farmers market.
Festival. January 2021 35th Annual. Brackendale Winter Eagle Count. Due to Covid-19, there could be no EAGLE FESTIVAL this year. We look forward to better times when we can gather as a community safely again. Stay safe and wear your mask! Eagle Count Results.
Feb 02, 2019 · Join us at Barr Lake’s Annual Eagle Fest! There will be crafts for the kids and a live raptor presentation for everyone to enjoy. Take a ride on the Eagle Express (weather permitting) to and from the gazebo. Kids can join a Naturalist for “Build it Big!,” constructing a life-sized replica of a Bald Eagle nest.
Mar 05, 2006 · Campbell River on Vancouver Island, B.C. initiated a new Bald Eagle Festival in 2006. This new event went off with great success Sunday March 5, 2006. This first of what will surely be an annual event was expected to draw 150 people -- 660 were pounding on …
Information Station: Skagit Eagle Festival Concrete Chamber Office – 45770A Main Street, Concrete (next door to the Library) Every Saturday in January 2020: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. [email protected] (360) 853-8784. Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center Howard Miller Steelhead Park – 52809 Rockport Park Rd, Rockport
13 rows · Feb 14, 2021 · When winter returns to Merrimack Valley, so do the Bald Eagles. Every year we host …
New: Photo Contest Results. The Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center at Howard Miller Steelhead Park, Rockport, WA offers opportunities to better understand the Skagit River ecosystem with an emphasis on the winter migration of bald eagles, salmon, and the vital role each play in our environment. The center is closed for the season but in the mean time, follow us on Facebook for updates, pictures, and more! We will reopen on December 4th, We are a c 3 nonprofit organization that does not receive any government funding. We depend on volunteers and donations to stay in business. Now Seeking Board Members Serve the community and support environmental education by joining our team! For more info contact, srbeatic frontier. Donate Online or By Mail We cannot fly without you. Join us in our mission of environmental education and conservation. Click here to make a donation today. Thank you all for making the contest a success! New this season! Kids Photo Contest — Must be 15 years old or under to enter. Grand prize to be determined. Closed for the season. We will open on December 4th, ! Photo by Charles Biles. Note that with current COVID restrictions, group sizes will be much smaller and masks will be required! Learning about about the salmon life cycle on a guided nature walk. Visitor shares music from his eagle flute. Click image for full picture. School group poses in front of the Center's giant eagle kite. Click image for full view. Students feel the different types of evergreens that have been planted along the Skagit River to improve wildlife and salmon habitat. What's a lungwort? Stopping to talk about the salmon and trout that live in the Skagit River. Kids huddle around the eagle's nest replica during our K School Program. Eagle perched inside the park on a sunny winter's day. Find handmade items in our Nature Store - unique gifts locally produced. Shop in our Nature Store - featuring local Skagit Valley artisans. Proceeds support both the artist and Center. Our neighbor, Don Smith, from Rockport State Park draws an eagle for the kids in our children's corner. Interpretive Center Coordinator pauses to discuss spawning salmon on a very snowy guided hike. Thu Fri Sat. Follow us on Facebook! Local artisans featured - every purchase benefits the artist and us!