Each year a population of bald eagles travels more than 1,600 miles fromt heir summer breeding grounds in Canada to winter at Millerton Lake. Join us for walk at Millerton and a chance to catch a glimpse of these majestic birds. We will meet at the River Center, where bald eagles are also spotted regularly, and will caravan/carpool to Millerton. To make your experience more comfortable: wear layered clothing appropriate for the weather, long pants, closed-toe shoes, a hat and sunscreen. Please bring water, a snack and your favorite pair of binoculars. Some of the ground we will be walking on is uneven or rocky, but we'll go at a slow pace and stop often.
There is no charge for this walk. Donations are greatly appreciated and allow the Trust to continue providing public programs and activities.