How did the eagles return?
In 1975, there was just a single pair of nesting bald eagles left in New York state. Today, there are hundreds.
What does the story of the eagle's return teach us about ourselves?
Volunteer to help protect eagles in our region, and have fun doing it! Each year, the Conservancy hosts a Volunteer Training Day at the Lackawaxen Inn, scheduled this year for December 5, 2015. Join us and learn about becoming an Eagle Watch volunteer.
Or, find other, year-round volunteer opportunities with the Conservancy.
Pictured here are President of the Conservancy Board of Directors, Greg Belcamino, Eagle Institute Founder, Lori McKean, and Conservancy Executive Director, Sue Currier. Their smiles are in celebration of the merger of the Eagle Institute and the Delaware Highlands Conservancy in February of 2012. Read the story of the "perfect partnership."
Learn about eagles and their habitat!
Sat, Feb. 13, 2016 – 10:00am
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