Bald Eagles: Back from the Brink
Join Montezuma Audubon Center Environmental Educator, Alyssa Johnson, for a virtual program detailing the conservation success story of Bald Eagles in New York State. Once on the brink of extirpation, their numbers have rebounded significantly and are no longer listed as an endangered species- Federally, or at the state level. Learn how the Montezuma Wetlands Complex played an incredible role in the reintroduction of Bald Eagles in New York, and where you can enjoy seeing them in the wild today.
Registration is required to participate in this event, and will close one day prior. Cost is $5/person. This event will be presented via Zoom. Only those registered will receive the Zoom information, and a recording of the presentation. All proceeds support the programs of Braddock Bay Raptor Research.