Thank you to our Partners!
The Conservancy thanks all of our partner organizations and businesses who support our eagle habitat conservation and eagle programming.
The Conservancy thanks Sullivan County, New York as well as the New York Environmental Protection Fund and the New York State Conservation Partnership Program administered by the Land Trust Alliance, in coordination with the state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), for their support of our eagle programming.
We also thank the National Park Service – Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River for their support and the use of the Zane Grey Museum for our winter field office space. In addition, generous grant funding from the Delaware River Watershed Initiative of the William Penn Foundation, Orange and Rockland, and The Koenig Family Charitable Fund of The Philadelphia Foundation helps to make our work possible, in particular our educational programming such as bus tours and 'Eagle Days' throughout the winter season.
Where do eagles nest?
Nesting activity begins as early as February, when eagles search for territory and begin construction or renovation of existing nests.
The female can lay one to three eggs; incubation lasts for 35 days.