Bald Eagle Set To Be Released at Belle Isle State Park
1 p.m. Friday, June 13
Wildlife Center for about eight weeks. After removal of stitches and casts as well as several test flights, he is ready to soar over the tree tops and start life anew on the shores of the Rappahannock river.
The eagle is now ready to spread his wings and soar over the tree tops.
A short educational program about bald eagles will precede the release. The habitat around Belle Isle State Park is perfect for bald eagles. The Rappahannock river and its tributaries provide ample fishing and nesting grounds for both eagles and osprey.
The habitat at Belle Isle is perfect for bald eagles.
Pre-registration for the eagle releasewith the online diary of Eagle #14-0380's recovery and progress.
here for a schedule of upcoming programs like guided hikes, birding walks, and paddling trips.
Belle Isle State Park is located on the Northern Neck in Lancaster, Virginia.