Experience the 2023 Cumberland County Winter Eagle Festival!
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FEBRUARY 4th 8am to 4pm: MAURICETOWN FIREHALL:
Tickets available at the Mauricetown Firehall, 9544 Noble Street, Mauricetown, NJ. Ticket cost $10.00 for Adults, and $5.00 Children (12 and under)

PRESENTATIONS::
10am: Pete Dunne, Naturalist and Author: Cumberland County Wildlife Spectacles
11am: Ted Nichols, NJ Dept. of Environmental Protection: Brant Telemetry
1pm: Debbie Beer, Natural Lands: Birds of the Glades
2pm: Pat Sutton, Naturalist and Author: How to Spot Owls
3pm: Brett Ewald, Director, Cape May Bird Observatory: Wintering Hawks, Eagles & Owls of Southern New Jersey

TRAIL WALKS:
7am: Sunrise Walk with Karen Johnson
8am: Bayshore Wetlands Bird Walk with Tony Klock & Dr. Kathy Michel
9am: Tat Starr Trail Walk with Brian Johnson & Steve Eisenhauer
11am: Bayshore Wetlands Bird Walk with Tony Klock & Dr. Kathy Michel
12pm: Berrytown Road Trail Walk with Jane Galetto & Christine Brown
2pm: Bald Eagle Trail Walk with Steve Eisenhauer & Brian Johnson
3pm: Maurice River Bluffs Preserve with Michelle Rebilas
5pm: The Owl Watch with Brian Johnson

NUMEROUS EXHIBITORS AND MERCHANTS:
Local-fare refreshments and lunch served by the Mauricetown Volunteer Fire Company
Bayshore Center at Bivalve Programming and Museum
Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge’s Live Raptors
Art Activities by the Cumberland County Cultural & Heritage Commission & Clay College
Eastpoint Lighthouse Programming Including Talks on Nature Photography &
Free Entrance to the Lighthouse with Eagle Fest pin

FIVE STAFFED VIEWING SITES:
Bayshore Center at Bivalve
Maple Avenue Impoundment Ponds
Turkey Point Observation Deck
Beaver Dam Boat Rentals
Newport Landing Road

The Mauricetown Firehall is fully accessible. Viewing sites are accessible, but may include traversing gravel. Assistive listening devices are available for the speakers’ and presenters’ audience. To reserve an assistive listening device or for more accessibility information, please call 856-453-2175 or email mattpi@co.cumberland.nj.us
For more information visit www.co.cumberland.nj.us, “like” our Facebook page, or follow us on Twitter #cceaglefest. Phone and email inquiries: 856-453-2175 or mattpi@co.cumberland.nj.us

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