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Eagle Nest Watch – Flemington
April 6 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm$3
Location: South Branch Wildlife Management Area
Ages: 8 through adult
Check out our Bald Eagle pair nesting near County parkland in the Three Bridges area! Dan Kroon, a volunteer with the NJ Bald Eagle Project, has been monitoring this nest and its residents for about four years now. He will teach us about the life history of our national bird, and about the program he supports.
By this time, the eagle eggs should have hatched, so we will hope to see one of the parents sitting up high in the nest brooding the chicks or perched nearby on the tower, and perhaps the other parent bringing in food.
We will be using binoculars and a spotting scope to view the birds; bring your own if desired but they will also be available to borrow.
Contact: Laura Kroon Bush