Events / Volunteer
EAGLES IN OREGON - Watching Them Watch Us Watch Them
Sunday, November 3rd 1:00pm-3:00pm Rich Guadgno Memorial Loop Trail Parking Lot, Baskett Slough NWR (~ 5 miles NE of Dallas OR)
Description: Oregon has abundant habitat for both bald and golden eagles throughout the year. The nesting population of bald eagles in Oregon has increased substantially since the 1970’s, and the golden eagle nesting population appears to have been relatively stable since 2011. Frank Isaacs will provide introductory comments on the history and current status of both species in Oregon and discuss the similarities and differences between bald and golden eagles, including tips on identification and aging.
Presentor: Frank Isaacs worked on bald eagle research at OSU for 31 years, and has led the statewide golden eagle nest survey for the past 9 years for Oregon Eagle Foundation. He is a co-founder of the Oregon Eagle Foundation and served a term as chairman of the Bald Eagle Working Team for Oregon and Washington. Frank has received numerous awards for his leadership in wildlife conservation and protection of eagles.
Please RSVP if you plan to attend. To RSVP visit Eagles in Oregon
Meet at Rich Guadgno Memorial Loop Trail Parking Lot
Visit Basket Slough NWR for maps and information about the Refuge
For questions please email fwvnwrc.outreach@gmail.