OSSINING, N.Y. – Teatown’s Hudson River EagleFest will be held on Saturday, Feb. 7 at Croton Point Park (Eagle Headquarters) to celebrate the bald eagle's return to the area.
At last year’s EagleFest, more than 36 eagles were seen at one location and more than 3,000 people participated. This year, in addition to eagle shows and fun activities in the heated tents at Croton Point Park, eight eagle-viewing sites will be located up and down the Hudson River.
Amazing live raptor shows will be held throughout the day. Additional activities range from guided and independent eagle viewing, bus tours, storytelling, a tent with children’s programs and activities, bird walks and displays from 30 area organizations. Entertaining and educational shows will be held all day in the Eagle Theatre and Eaglet Stage. Food for purchase will be provided by the Wobble Café.
General admission tickets allow participants to enter all of the tents and take advantage of all activities for one price (bus tours are an additional fee). Pre-sale tickets are $13 for adults (12 and over), $8 for children (ages 6-11) and free for children five and under. Tickets sold at the venue on the day of the event will be $15 for adults (12 and over), $10 for children (6-11) and free for children five and under.
Purchase discounted online general admission tickets here . Parking is free at the park.
Visit the Teatown website here for detailed information and up-to-date scheduling.
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