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TEATOWN'S HUDSON RIVER EAGLEFEST 2015 IS SAT, FEBRUARY 7!

• Numerous viewing sites all along the Hudson River

• Bus Tours to viewing sites

• Children’s activities & storytelling

• 30 participating environmental organizations

• Heated Tents!

• Food provided by the Wobble Café  

                                                                      

 

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2015 EAGLE VIEWING SITES

Guests can enjoy additional eagle viewing locations and activities along the Hudson River at no additional charge. Each is staffed by eagle experts with spotting scopes. When it’s time to warm up, attendees can take a break in the heated tents/buildings at the following sites.

Boscobel House and Gardens, Garrison

Croton Boat Ramp at Croton-Harmon Train Station

George’s Island Park, Montrose

New Croton Dam

Peekskill Riverfront 

Rockwood Hall, Sleepy Hollow 

Steamboat River Park, Verplanck

Trailside Museum and Zoo, Bear Mountain 

 

TEATOWN'S HUDSON RIVER EAGLEFESTsm ACTIVITIES AT THE KATHRYN W. DAVIS RIVERWALK CENTER IN SLEEPY HOLLOW

   Free Activities at the RWC: 10 am – 3pm include:

10am – 12pm: Create art – Window to an Eagle’s World of Color - Strawtown Art and Garden Studio

11am:  Wings of Wind & River of Ice - Eagle Tales - Jonathan Kruk, Master Storyteller

12pm:  Singing for the River - Walkabout Clearwater Chorus

1 – 3pm: Will be looking for eagles and creating art of the river - Scenic Hudson 

 

GETTING TO TEATOWN'S HUDSON RIVER EAGLEFEST AT CROTON POINT PARK

Directions: 1A Croton Point Avenue, Croton-on-Hudson, NY  10520

Take Metro-North from Grand Central to Croton-Harmon and view Hudson River birds. 
Free shuttle to/from Eagle Headquarters in Croton Point Park runs throughout the day.
Featuring the Metro North Eagle Train (9:51am from Grand Central Terminal)

 

FIND OUT MORE

An Environmentally Healthy Hudson Valley Depends on YOU!!

  • We all live in a watershed!!  Do your part by conserving water, participating in community clean-ups, and supporting environmental legislation.
  • Plant trees!  Trees tame stormwater, clean the air, naturally cool your home, save water and fight climate change.
  • Limit use of pesticides and fertilizers. 
  • Plant natives!  Native plants need less water, and attract birds, bees and butterflies.
  • Recycle and dispose of household chemicals and pharmaceuticals properly.
  • Inspect and maintain septic systems.
  • Become involved in land use and development decisions – open space protects our natural resources.
  • Join an environmental organization like Teatown! 

To learn more about Eagles, visit these sites:

http://www.dec.ny.gov/animals/271.html

http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/animals/creaturefeature/baldeagle/

http://www.birdday.org/birdday/themes/2012-twenty-years-of-imbd/20-ways-to-conserve-birds

To learn more about healthy Watersheds, visit these sites:

http://www.nyc.gov/html/dep/html/watershed_protection/index.shtml

http://www.arborday.org/trees/index-benefits.cfm

http://water.epa.gov/polwaste/nps/watershed/benefits.cfm