Winter Eagle Watch
Winter’s cold brings dozens of Bald Eagles down the Connecticut River from Canada in search of ice – free fishing, in recent years, more than 50 eagles have wintered on the lower Connecticut River. Their six to eight foot wing spam make the Bald Eagle the largest predator in North America.
Leader Jerry Connolly of The Audubon Shop will help participants spot eagles from a variety of locations on the river, and will discuss the bird’s natural history on this land – based trip. We’ll also spot ducks, birds of prey and songbirds and whatever else comes into view. Pre-registration required.
Your $25 ticket includes a delicious soup and sandwich luncheon at Otter Cove Restaurant in Old Saybrook, CT.