This program will be presented by retired state wildlife biologist, Julie Victoria, who will review the status of eagles in Connecticut, from 1992 to the present, and the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection's program to monitor their distribution and productivity.
Julie Victoria served with the former Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) agency for over 32 years. She handled programs dealing with raptors, shorebirds, invertebrates, reptiles and amphibians for the DEP.
After class you will have an opportunity to go outside to see if our resident eagles are perched in their favorite trees so you can see them up close and personal.
There will be binoculars available, but if you have your own be sure to bring them along and dress weather appropriate. Snacks and beverages of water, coffee, tea, hot chocolate and cider will be provided.
Please be sure to visit our web site at www.qrwa.org the day of an event to check for updates, cancellations or rescheduling.