The country owes thanks to Al Cecere, the volunteers and staff at the American Eagle Foundation, and to the many volunteers, conservation agency staffers, and other nonprofit organizations doing their best every day to keep an eagle eye on the raptor populations and make sure the majestic Bald Eagle and other birds of prey are with us long into the future.
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Entries by Carolyn
Peace is in rehab at the Audubon Birds of Prey Center in Maitland Florida. Follow his progress!
On the morning of March 2, at 8:35 a.m. EST, Hope became the youngest eaglet in the history of this nest (10 weeks, 2 days) to fly away and begin a new chapter in her life as a mighty eagle!
We are proud to
announce American Eagle Foundation has earned our fourth consecutive 4-star rating. This is our highest possible
rating and indicates that your organization adheres to sector best practices and executes its mission in a financially
During October and November, 2016, Challenger has been making appearances in many stadiums and convention centers throughout the United States.
Traditionally in the Fall, all the Eagles that live in the aviary on Eagle Mountain Sanctuary at Dollywood are gathered up for their annual physicals.
An eagle release, outreach, and grand openings added to a busy Fall 2016 schedule for AEF.
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