The comeback of the eagle is a symbol of the importance of conservation and preservation of our natural resources. Presentations at the Neenah Library focused on our waterways and wetlands as well as the successful management of the sturgeon population in the Fox-Wolf waterway system.
“Eagle encounters on the Fox” is the title of an article written by Tim Sweet which appears in the December 2017 Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine. Tim does a good job of writing about eagle-watching during the winter months along the Fox River in Appleton, Wisconsin and surrounding communities. He also talks about the eagles recovery from near extinction and the citizen science efforts which have helped track their recovery.
The article contains a number of awesome photos of eagles in various habitat locations as well as a list of eagle-watching events throughout the State.
January Soars with Eagle Day Events along the Fox!
Thousand Islands along with Northeast Wisconsin Alliance, the WI DNR, and other interested enthusiasts have collaborated to create opportunities during the month of January for people near and far to learn about and enjoy viewing the Bald Eagles that make the Fox Valley their home. Click on Schedule for details of speakers and viewing opportunities provided throughout the month of January. Come and soar with us!
January 14 Mid-Winter Eagle Monitoring at designated sites.
Presentation at Atlas Waterfront Cafe’
January 21-22 Various Eagle Education Programs
Paper Discovery Center
Neenah Public Library
Self-Guided Viewing Locations along the Fox River —
January 28 Various Eagle Education Programs
1000 Islands Environmental Center
Guided Viewing Locations along the Fox River (Kaukana locations only)