For 14 years, the eagle has had a place to call home at Teatown.
Teatown will be celebrating its 14th annual Eaglefest at Croton Point Park on Saturday, Feb. 10, featuring a performance from singer-songwriter Dar Williams.
"This event is a fun and celebratory way for Teatown to pursue its mission of inspiring our community to lifelong environmental stewardship,” said Kevin Carter, Executive Director of Teatown. “With so much divisiveness in the world, it is a joy to bring people together with hope and purpose."
Eaglefest allows visitors to see live birds of prey and provides opportunities to view eagles in their natural setting. Various birds of prey species will be featured in a special program led by experts in the handling and care of the birds. The birds in captivity have been rehabilitated after suffering various injuries and are no longer able to live in the wild.
Pre-sale tickets are $17 for adults, $10 for children ages 6 to 11 and free for children under five. Tickets sold at the venue are $22 for adults, $12 for children ages 6 to 11 and free for children five and under.
For more information, visit teatown.org/eaglefest
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