Litchfield Audubon Society Meeting

6:46 pm - 9:00 pm

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All About Bald Eagles

Bald Eagles were once so endangered that many considered whether to replace them as America’s national symbol. The ongoing story of their recovery as a species and Connecticut’s healthy eagle population is a comeback story worth hearing. Join Ginny Apple, a Master Wildlife Conservationist (MWC) with the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, for a talk about these magnificent birds of prey and their valuable contributions to our ecosystem. Ginny will discuss and give a slideshow presentation on the Bald Eagle and its resurging population in Connecticut. As an MWC, she serves as a Bald Eagle interpreter for the Shepaug Dam Eagle Viewing area in Southbury and the Essex Steam Train’s Eagle Flyer, along with many other activities.

The Litchfield Hills Audubon Society (LHAS), was chartered in 1955 as a local Connecticut chapter of the National Audubon Society, a non-profit organization serving Litchfield County and surrounding areas.

General meetings and programs are held the first Monday of every month (unless noted differently due to holiday).

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