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5 Places to Spot a Bald Eagle

Updated: Mar 2


Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge

Home to one of the country’s the largest breeding populations of bald eagles; check out the online Eagle Cam.

ADDRESS & WEB SITE:

2145 Key Wallace Drive, Cambridge, MD.

fws.gov/refuge/blackwater

Eastern Neck Wildlife Refuge

Best known for wintering tundra swans, this refuge boasts a year-round population of eagles.

ADDRESS & WEB SITE:

1730 Eastern Neck Road, Rock Hall, MD.

fws.gov/refuge/eastern_neck

Wye Island Natural Resources Management Area

Winter waterfowl get top billing, but bald eagles are among the 190 species spotted here.

ADDRESS & WEB SITE:

632 Wye Island Rd, Queenstown, MD.

dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/eastern/wyeisland.aspx

Tuckahoe State Park

The popular “Scales and Tales” program takes place at the aviary at park headquarters.

ADDRESS & WEB SITE:

13070 Crouse Mill Road, Queen Anne, MD.

dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/eastern/tuckahoe.aspx

Pickering Creek Audubon Center

Ample wetlands and mature woodlands attract bald eagles to this 410-acre working farm.

ADDRESS & WEB SITE:

11450 Audubon Lane, Easton, MD.

pickering.audubon.org

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