LACKAWAXEN EAGLE WATCH

Book your reservation online or call us at Microsoft does not recommend using IE as your default browser. With her binoculars in hand, Simone Daros keeps her eyes trained on not just one, but two bald eagles high above the Lackawaxen River in northern Pike County. Daros has been to Lackawaxen Township many times to watch for the eagles, a symbol of American freedom. Visitors will be able to experience birds like hawks, owls and eagles up close with Bill Streeter. Photo courtesy of Sage Ross.

Especially since there are so few leaves on the trees and those eagles are still pretty active. Bill Streeter is back again on February 14 th at Tusten Theatre for a day filled with live music and live birds. Because of many factors working together including the community and a partnership with many groups, the Eagle Institute played a large role in the resurgence of population of eagles in the Upper Delaware River Region. Founded by Lori McKean in , The Eagle Institute in Lackawaxen offers visitors the opportunity to learn more about eagles and their habitats, offer bus tours and information on eagle sightings. Eagles are most easily seen from sunrise to a little before noon. Microsoft does not recommend using IE as your default browser. On this exciting tour, an expert guide will take you on a scenic tour on a heated bus in search of eagles. Daros has been to Lackawaxen Township many times to watch for the eagles, a symbol of American freedom.

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The rooms are perfect for a little rest and relaxation with most rooms featuring a Jacuzzi tub and seasonal fireplace. Daros has been to Lackawaxen Township many times to watch for the eagles, a symbol of American freedom. Post was not sent – check your email addresses!

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Eagles are most easily seen from sunrise to a little before noon. There is a bus tour coming up on January 17 th. Because of many factors working together including the community and a partnership with many groups, the Eagle Institute played a large role in the resurgence of population of eagles in the Upper Delaware River Region.

Whether it’s the New York side of the river or the Pennsylvania side of the Delaware River, there are spots for people to pull over and get a glimpse of those bald eagles. This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. In the winter, the Upper Delaware Region is home to more than eagles that migrate there in search of water.

Participants are encouraged to bring a packed lunch, a camera, binoculars and wear warm clothing. The bald eagles in this area are a big draw to the Two River Junction which has a wall of windows overlooking the Lackawaxen. The Delaware Highlands Conservancy is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the lands, wildlife and economies of the Upper Delaware region.

When migrating, the eagles often start arriving in mid-December. Founded by Lori McKean inThe Eagle Institute in Lackawaxen offers visitors the opportunity to learn more about eagles and their habitats, offer bus tours and information on eagle sightings.

On this exciting tour, an expert guide will take you on a scenic tour on a heated bus in search of eagles. On The PA Road.

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The Eagle Institute has some great upcoming events to look forward to. Microsoft does not recommend using IE as your default browser.

Binoculars are best for viewing as the eagles are disturbed by people on foot attempting to get closer. Book your reservation online or call us at Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Little Sparrow is a local band that will be taking the stage at 2: Photo courtesy of Sage Ross. Especially since there are so few leaves on the trees and those eagles are still pretty active.

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Prime Time to Eagle Watch in Pike County

Bill Streeter is back again on February 14 th at Tusten Theatre for a day filled with live music and live birds. The Delaware Highlands Conservancy is lackawaden to the Eagle Institute and is a great place to go eagle watching.

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Future dates for this tour include January 31 stFebruary 7 th and then again on February 14 th. The institute is open on the weekends in January and February.

Visitors will be able to experience birds like hawks, owls and eagles up close with Bill Streeter. This Pocono Mountains bed and breakfast is home to 21 guest rooms, a farm-to-table restaurant and sits on 6 acres of beautiful land.

Nina Flanigan and Lin Smith live near the Delaware River and say the eagles, with all their beauty and majesty, are the main reason for sightings this time of year. With her binoculars in hand, Simone Daros keeps her eyes trained on not just one, but two bald eagles high above the Lackawaxen River in northern Pike County. Daros is not alone.