When: Wed., Nov. 9, 7-8:30 p.m. 2016
In 1997, a nesting pair of Bald Eagles in Greene County produced the first fledgling in the Hudson Valley in 100 years. This past breeding season, nineteen years later, Hudson River watershed Bald Eagles produced more than three dozen new eagles. Join Tom Lake, DEC Estuary Naturalist and editor of the Hudson River Almanac, as we follow the recovery of America's symbol from the brink of extirpation, to an endangered species, to its present healthy population. This event is sponsored by the Rosendale Public Library.