American Eagle Day 2022 Countdown
American Eagle Day
June 20th commemorates the anniversary of the bald eagle’s selection as our national symbol on the Great Seal in 1782. Today, it serves as a reminder of the bald eagle’s status as a conservation success story and celebrates the eagle’s triumphant return from near extinction.
Although the bald eagle has made a remarkable comeback, there is still work to be done. Trash and debris continue to pollute ecosystems across the US, especially in parks, roadways, rivers, lakes, and streams. Fishing line, hooks, rodenticides, and household garbage pose a serious threat to our incredible bald eagle and other species.
To celebrate American Eagle Day 2022, we have an exciting line-up of digital and in-person educational programming geared towards inspiring community action in conservation.
All funds raised for American Eagle Foundation will benefit our new state of the art Education Center and Rehabilitation Hospital slated to open in June 2022.
Learn more at: https://www.eagles.org/project-eagle/
AMERICAN EAGLE DAY 2021
BUILDING A FOUNDATION FOR THE FUTURE
This year we extended an opportunity for our community to leave a lasting mark on our new facility, many of you now own a valuable piece of AEF history!
Challenger Equipment Auction
Auction is closed
Donate and receive a personalized brick paver that will be on prominent display at our new facility!
Donate and your name will be displayed on an entry plaque as the sponsor of one of our bald eagle enclosures at our new facility!
Schedule of Events
Facebook Live Event – 3pm EST – Click Here to visit our page
Tune into the American Eagle Foundation Facebook page to see a fun and educational take on the popular YouTube program ‘Hot Ones’. Instead of interviewing celebrities, watch as AEF staff members take each other on a conservation journey with an added bit of “spice!”
Seven Islands Guided Hike with Bird of Prey Program –
8:45am & 9:45am Hikes available!
Celebrate American Eagle Day with a bird of prey program and guided hike at Seven Islands birding park! You will have an opportunity to experience an educational bird of prey program and meet a live bald eagle ambassador! Following the program, take a hike with a Seven Islands Park Ranger accompanied by an Avian Care Specialist from American Eagle Foundation. Learn firsthand about Seven Islands Birding Park and why it is the ideal habitat for birds of prey including the bald eagle. All Guided Hike participants will receive an American Eagle Day commemorative water bottle and sticker!