SALAMONIE EAGLE WATCH

Participants must pre-register, as trips fill up fast. Join Indiana Audubon for a special look at the winter spectacle of eagles along the upper Wabash River and reservoir floodplains. Vogleman Jan 31, – Feb 19, The trip begins at 3: Powell Feb 21, – Feb 19, The bird was under anesthesia for over three hours for the operation. For questions, email April Raver. It took eight volunteers working more than 25 volunteer hours to replace over 20 feathers.

For a map of Salamonie Reservoir, visit here. Unable to hunt, it was weak and emaciated. American Eagle photo by Clare Bozell. Rescued eagle to be released at Salamonie Lake. McNamara Oct 14, – Feb 19, Vogleman Jan 31, – Feb 19,

Fortunately, the broken leg had begun to heal, so surgery was not needed. The bird was under anesthesia for over three hours for the operation. Thursday, November 8, 8: However, when they tried to fly him after the procedure the eagle still had trouble achieving viable flight.

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Salamonie Interpretive & Nature Center: It’s Eagle Watch Time! – Visit Wabash County

Wintering Bald Eagles have climbed considerably in this area over the last ealge, and now this area of northern Indiana hosts as many eagles as many of the other known Indiana wintering sites. About us Indiana Audubon Society’s mission is to stimulate interest in birds and their protection; to serve the needs of youth, civic, church, schools and other groups by providing information concerning birds; and to educate the public concerning the necessity for conserving and preserving Indiana’s natural heritage, its unique flora and fauna.

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Pam Whitacre right watches. Please enable JavaScript in your browser. This special field trip will meet at Salamonie Reservoir on January 26, at eatch Total time about 2 hours.

Winter Eagle Watch Field Trip – Indiana Audubon Society

Log in with your credentials. The organization rescues more than resident or migratory raptors annually.

Hendry Jul 16, – Feb 21, Powell Feb 21, – Feb 19, For a map of Salamonie Reservoir, visit salajonie. These birds are used in more than presentations annually by volunteer at schools and other venues to educate the public about birds of prey. Rescued eagle to be released at Salamonie Lake. Skip to main content.

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Nine Jun 1, – Feb 19, McNamara Oct 14, – Feb 19, Vogleman Jan 31, – Feb 19, For questions, email April Raver. The eagle has since been nursed back to health and will be released at Salamonie Lake on Sunday, Nov.

Log in with Facebook. It took eight volunteers working more than 25 volunteer hours to replace over 20 feathers. Indiana Audubon Society’s mission is to stimulate interest in birds and their protection; to serve the needs of youth, civic, church, schools and other groups by providing information concerning birds; and to educate the public concerning the necessity for conserving and preserving Indiana’s natural heritage, its unique flora and fauna.

American Eagle photo eatch Clare Bozell. Joan Wheeler Mar 22, – Feb 21, OUR MISSION Indiana Audubon Society’s mission is to stimulate interest in birds and their protection; to serve the needs of youth, civic, church, schools and eavle groups by providing information concerning birds; and to educate the public concerning the necessity for conserving and preserving Indiana’s natural heritage, eaagle unique flora and fauna.

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Join Indiana Audubon for a special look at the winter spectacle of eagles along the upper Wabash River and reservoir floodplains. Whitacre says the center in Decatur recently called them and reported their bird was zalamonie strong enough and ready to go back to the wild.

The trip begins at 3: Unable to hunt, it was weak and emaciated. The eagle was restored to health, but eagles do not molt and replace feathers every year, so the raptor had a long stay. After two years of recovery, the goal is for the young raptor to connect with other eagles. Finally, in the spring ofthe new feathers were good and the eagle was capable of flying. It will be the second eagle that the group has released back into the wild this year, the first one occurring in July at Eagle Marsh.

Whitacre says when that day comes, the exhilaration and excitement should be palpable. Participants must pre-register, as trips fill up fast. Some counts aatch birds in a morning! Privacy Statement Terms of Use.

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