Brandwein Institute Programs

Search for Eagles

Dr. S. Marie Kuhnen Memorial Field Trip Series, 2018

Search for Eagles field trips travel from the Brandwein Nature Learning Preserve to the Delaware River Basin.

Join Jack Padalino, President Emeritus of Pocono Environmental Education Center (PEEC) and Brandwein Institute, partner with the National Park Service, by caravan to search for eagles. THERE IS NO CHARGE

WEATHER PERMITTING.
• Dress warmly, bring binoculars, field guides, and a lunch. The search for eagles will conclude along the Lackawaxen River approximately 4:00 PM.
• An Eagle identification field guide and a “Search for Eagles” activities hand-out will be provided by the Brandwein Institute.


FUTURE SEARCH FOR EAGLES FIELD TRIPS:

December 2018
January, February, and March 2019

Full Day: First Sunday of the month.

Half-day: Second Sunday of the month.

Trips leave from the Brandwein Nature Learning Preserve.


TO PARTICIPATE IN A SEARCH FOR EAGLES FIELD TRIP PLEASE REGISTER
Email: jack@brandwein.org or PHONE: 570.296.6752

Eagle observation data that we collect will be shared with the National Park Service, Sussex County Bird Club, Eagle Institute
and the Hawk Migration Association of North America HMANA.

Download the Search for Eagles flyer.

Download these field trip reports: