DSP Campfire Talks: Bald Eagles of Alabama

Join guest speaker Amanda Glover, from Lake Guntersville State Park for a fun campfire talk about America’s national bird & symbol-the American Bald Eagle. Forty years ago, this large bird of prey was in danger of extinction throughout most of its range. Habitat destruction and degradation, illegal shooting, and the contamination of its food source, largely as a consequence of DDT, decimated the eagle population. Habitat protection afforded by the Endangered Species Act, the federal government’s banning of DDT, and conservation actions taken by the American public have helped bald eagles make a remarkable recovery. Amanda will talk about Bald Eagle habitat, restoration, identification, & more.Seating is limited, so bring your own comfortable camp chair if you wish.

Presenter

DeSoto State Park
1299 Blalock Drive
Fort Payne, AL 35967
256-997-5025

Location

DeSoto State Park Campground
Campfire Ring

Date

July 13, 2019

Time

8 P.M.

Cost

Free & Open to the Public
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Details

Seating is limited, so bring your own comfortable camp chair if you wish. DeSoto State Campfire Ring in the Improved campground, next to campsite 93. Gate will open 30 minutes before program starts. (Held in Nature Center in case of inclement weather) Free to the Public; Great for all ages!