OSSINING, N.Y.—Teatown’s 11th Hudson River EagleFest will celebrate the return of the eagle to the lower Hudson Valley at Croton Point Park (Eagle Headquarters) on Saturday, Feb. 7.
Thousands of area residents will attend EagleFest to get a glimpse of these majestic birds of prey.
This year, in addition to eagle shows and fun activities in the heated tents at Croton Point Park, Teatown will host eight eagle viewing sites up and down the Hudson River.
The event is made possible with the support of Westchester County and Westchester County Parks. Amazing live raptor shows are always a fan favorite and will be held throughout the day, including Teatown-led programs with Teatown’s Animal Ambassadors.
Additional activities range from guided and independent eagle viewing, bus tours, storytelling, a tent brimming with children’s programs and activities, bird walks and displays from 30 area organizations. Educational shows take place all day long in The Eagle Theatre and Eaglet Stage under heated tents.
Food for purchase will be provided by the Wobble Café. Purchase discounted online general admission tickets now at www.teatown.org . Discounted online tickets are available until Feb. 4 at 5 p.m. Parking is free at the park.
Tickets sold at the venue on the day of the event will be $15/adults (children 12 and up), $10/children (6-11) and free for children 5 and under.
For more information on the full schedule for Eaglefest, visit www.teatown.org.
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