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Bald Eagle Resources

A number of organizations provide additional information about bald eagles in the vicinity of the Upper Delaware River.

Current Viewing Areas

In nearby New York, contact:

The Eagle Institute
P. O. Box 182
Barryville, NY 12719
845-557-6162; 570-685-5960
eagleinstitute@yahoo.com
www.eagleinstitute.org

The Eagle Institute offers habitat field trips and hosts a bald eagle festival each winter. Trained volunteers are available at the viewing locations on weekends from January - March.

In nearby Pennsylvania, contact:

Northeastern Pennsylvania Audubon (NEPA)
P. O. Box 711
Honesdale, PA 18431
570-253-9250
nepas@epix.net


To report eagle sightings, injured or dead bald eagles in New York, human harrassment of eagles, or for general information on bald eagles, call:

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
Endangered Species Unit
Wildlife Resources Center
Delmar, NY 12054
518-439-7635
www.dec.state.ny.us/website/dfwmr/

NYS DEC provides more in-depth information with its Bald Eagle fact sheet and Journey North satellite tracking reports

To report eagle sightings, injured or dead bald eagles in Northeastern Pennsylvania, call:

Pennsylvania Game Commission
1-800-228-0789
570-675-1143

To report sick or injured bald eagles in Pennsylvania, call:

Delaware Valley Raptor Center
Milford, PA 18337
570-296-6025
www.dvrconline.org

Delaware Valley Raptor Center also offers educational programs for a fee.



For more information about threatened and endangered species, visit:

U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service
www.fws.gov

Bald Eagle Species Account:
http://endangered.fws.gov/i/b/msab0h.html

Bald Eagle Links:
http://endangered.fws.gov/i/b0h.html

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