Experience the 2021 Cumberland County Winter Eagle Festival!
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Tickets available at the Mauricetown Firehall, 9544 Noble Street, Mauricetown, NJ. Ticket cost $10.00 for Adults, and $5.00 Children (12 and under)

At the Firehall:
-Speakers and presentations
-Non-profit and commercial exhibitors
-Local fare refreshments & lunch available
-Live raptors exhibited by Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge
-Hands-on art activities by Clay College

Along the Delaware Bay:
-Five staffed viewing sites with scopes & birdwatching experts
-Bayshore Center at Bivalve walks,
-food & activities
-Morning & evening owl watches
-Guided trail walks
-East Point Lighthouse
-Leechester Hall

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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