Eagle Watching Guided Excursions

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With the Delaware Highlands Conservancy

*Please note that the Conservancy is not conducting guided Eagle Watch bus tours in 2021 due to COVID-19. The safety of staff, volunteers, and program attendees is the Conservancy’s highest priority, and Eagle Watch bus tours cannot be hosted with appropriate social distancing measures in place.*

We recommend that eagle watchers join us on a Guided Habitat Excursion for their first Eagle Watch outing. Check Conservancy Events for information on planned trips, scheduled on specific weekends in January and February (reservations required).

Trained guides provide in-depth information before, during and after the excursion. Participants ride on a heated bus and help us collect data—no need to worry about finding the various viewing locations!



Eagle Viewing Items to bring

  • Binoculars

  • Camera

  • Warm Clothes – Be prepared for snow, ice or mud.

  • Snacks

  • Hot Drinks

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The Upper Delaware River and surrounding region is one of the largest and most important bald eagle wintering areas in the northeastern United States.