Exploring Eagles

Multiple dates

Duke Farms is home to a pair of bald eagles! Using our Eagle Cam, we will follow eagle chicks as they grow, eat, and eventually leave the nest. Through games and classroom activities, we will explore the life, behavior, and diets of eagles.

You may choose whether to attend one, two, or all three classes. Please register accordingly, topics below:

March 3 - Nesting and Chicks

April 14 - Feeding and Prey

May 19 - Adult Eagles

These programs are designed for families with children in grades K-6. At least 1 adult must accompany each child during this program, with no more than two adults accompanying each child. Please note that we cannot accommodate any children who are not currently in Kindergarten. This includes the younger siblings of any registered K through 6 participants as well as any toddlers or babies in arms, carriers, slings or strollers.


This program will run rain or shine, so please dress for the weather! Appropriate shoes are required. Please bring a refillable water bottle.

Photo by Brian J. Geiger.


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