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Teatown’s Eagle Fest & Climate Change

This Climate Change Eagle made had an indelible presence at Teatown’s Hudson River Eaglefest on February 11, 2017 at Croton Point Park in Croton, New York. Tea Town EagleAbout 3500 people came to celebrate and catch sight of bald Eagles along the Hudson River. As they exited they were invited to sign their names to a bald eagle sign that stated “Is not healthy for bald eagles and other living things!  What would you do to address climate change?  Add your name below.”  As you can see, there are numerous signatures. The signed Eagle is back at Teatown,  a 1,000-acre nature preserve and education center located in the Lower Hudson Valley.

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  1. Eagle Fest is a fantastic event from an incredible organization, Teatown. Their Preserve and Programs are unique in the region. Glad to hear that so many folks came out !

    1. thanks for your comment, Emily. Teatown is a gem and has been for a long time, and will be going foward

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