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Eagles Days Along the Fox River


The Fox River is known as a wintering site for hundreds of Bald Eagles, and January into early February is the best time for viewing. While it's common to see an eagle here and there soaring over the Fox River, if you want to get a closer look and participate in some educational sessions you'll want to check out Eagle Days Along the Fox River. This event is a collaboration between 1000 Islands Environmental Center in Kaukauna Eagle Days and Fox Cities: A Day with Eagles events. Together they highlight the significance of the bald eagle in the Fox Valley through hands-on activities and live bird presentations.

Official Eagle Day Events

January 20

Paper Discovery Center  10am-4pm - Educational presentations and demonstrations with live birds throughout the day. Museum admission does apply.

Neenah Public Library – Guided bird hike from 8am-9:30am that morning and education presentations at 10am, 11:30am and 1pm.

January 27

Thousand Island Environmental Center – Sunrise Eagle viewing, live bald eagle demonstrations at 10am, 1pm and 3pm, activities and crafts for kids, sunset Eagle viewing from 4-5pm.


If you wish to explore the eagle habitats and view on your own, they've provided a map and list of locations throughout the Fox Cities with the best spots and times for eagle viewing. CLICK HERE for details!



Posted on January 15, 2018 at 15:25

Fox Cities Visitor Guide

Fox Cities Visitor Center

3433 W. College Avenue, Appleton, WI 54914

800-236-6673

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