WARREN, Pa. — Penn State Cooperative Extension, Warren County in partnership with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pennsylvania Game Commission, Allegheny Outdoor Club and Penn Soil RC&D announce a free public educational and observational eagle watch program Feb. 5 at Kinzua Dam, located directly off state Route 59, 6 miles east of Warren, Pa.
Three public interest areas will be open for viewing and learning about eagles. They include: the top of Kinzua Dam, Visitor Center and the new Wildlife Observation Platform.
Those interested can observe wild eagles anytime between 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Observation stations will be manned and spotting scopes will be set up to better observe these awesome birds.
Program leaders from Penn State, Corps of Engineers, Pennsylvania Game Commission, Allegheny Outdoor Club and Penn Soil RC&D will be available to answer questions, present programs and guide this unique outdoor experience.
More information. For additional information contact Penn State Cooperative Extension at 814-563-9388.
In addition to the Eagle Watch the Kinzua Cachers will host a geo meet with temporary geocaches between 8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. Meet at the Visitor Center below the Kinzua Dam.
Participants 18 and older must show photo identification to access the top of the Kinzua Dam.