Sullivan County Democrat
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April 12, 2013 Issue
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This young man gets a close up of one of the bald eagles in our river valley area. The Delaware Highlands Conservancy/Eagle Institute will host their next eagle viewing trip this Saturday.

Go watch bald eagles this Saturday

Contributed Report
BETHEL — January 29 — Join the Delaware Highlands Conservancy/Eagle Institute on any one of seven guided eagle-viewing bus trips, scheduled on multiple weekends throughout January and February.
Learn about eagles from a knowledgeable guide and experience the wonder of seeing our noble national symbol in its natural habitat. Unless otherwise noted, the trips commence at the Delaware Highlands Conservancy Winter Field Office in Lackawaxen, PA.
The winter field office is generously provided by the National Park Service and serves as a center of information for visitors looking to learn more about viewing and protecting eagles. Visitors can pick up information about the bald eagle in the Upper Delaware River region, get maps and directions to eagle viewing locations along the Upper Delaware and Lackawaxen, and watch an informative video.
Knowledgeable volunteers and staff are available to answer questions about the Delaware Highlands Conservancy/Eagle Institute. The Lackawaxen office is staffed on Saturdays and Sundays throughout January and February and open to visitors from 10 a.m.–4 p.m.
The next trip will be held on Saturday, February 2 with the NEPA Audubon Society at the Lackawaxen Field Office from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. The guide on this bus tour will focus on eagle biology, our unique habitat, and how the eagles recovered from the brink of extinction.
Reservations required; $13 per person. Call Bob at 570-676-9969 or email jeanbob for reserv­a­tions and information. Dress warmly in layers and wear waterproof boots. Bring binoculars, camera, snacks, and a bagged lunch. Snow date: February 3.

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