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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

Did You Know?

Bluestone in Hancock

Known as “The Gateway to the Delaware River”, Hancock, New York, is famous for its bluestone and timber industries. Louisville Slugger baseball bats were made from Hancock timber for over 85 and years and its bluestone was used in building the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty.