The recovery of the Channel Island Fox has been one of the most successful and quickest restoration projects in the history of endangered species.
For the 7th consecutive year, Charity Navigator has awarded the American Eagle Foundation a 4-star rating.
Boulder County Parks and Open Space (BCPOS) is actively engaged in or authorizing a policy that allows full extermination/removal of prairie dog populations in very close proximity to active Bald Eagle nests.
AEF Announces New Logo!
Vultures play a critical role in nature. They are scavengers and feed on dead animals such as deer or cattle, keeping the environment clean and helping to prevent the spread of disease.
This year, Chatter Reunion was held on July 20-22, 2019 at Pigeon Forge, TN—and hats are off to everyone at AEF who worked so hard to make sure everyone had a great time.
In celebrating Challenger’s 30th Birthday in 2019, we look back at some special moments to revisit. This post focuses on 3 ProBowl events at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, HI—2002, 2003, & 2004.
Radnor Lake Aviary is hosting a free open house on June 20, American Eagle Day, to celebrate the comeback of the Bald Eagle to America’s Skies and to welcome visitors to their newly completed Barbara J. Mapp Aviary Education Center.
In order to fund ongoing Bald Eagle conservation, the American Eagle Foundation conceived a plan that would create an endowment source to support this initiative for years to come.
American Eagle Foundation staff and Bald Eagle Challenger were guests at an impressive ceremony on June 28, 2007 at the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, DC, Secretary of the Interior, Dirk Kempthorne talked about the dramatic recovery of the Bald Eagle to a group gathered to hear the announcement that the Bald Eagle was being removed from the Endangered Species List.
CALL TO ACTION! The Erie nesting Bald Eagles are sounding the alert regarding the significant amount of extractive, commercial, residential, and other development rapidly encroaching on eagle habitat in Colorado’s northern Front Range.
The special Tennessee license plate features the image of Challenger and is a needed source of revenue for the American Eagle Foundation. The plate can be purchased by Tennessee residents from their County Clerk.
June 20, 2019 is the 24th Anniversary of the first national observance of American Eagle Day!
There will never be another Challenger. This blog is dedicated to his life and the inspiration he has provided—and continues to provide—to millions of people in America and around the globe.
On July 2, 1999, Bald Eagle Challenger was an invited guest at the South Lawn of the White House as President Clinton announced plans to remove our nation’s National Symbol from the endangered species list.
The American Eagle Foundation (AEF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Contributions to the American Eagle Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
The AEF's tax identification number is 58-1652023.
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