Hudson River EagleFest

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February 10, 2013

9am-4pm.

Croton Point Park

Croton-on-Hudson

All Ages

Eagle Stage Tickets: $10 at the door; $5 purchased in advance; free children ages 3 and younger. Bus Tour tickets for ages 12 and older: $25.

Event description: Teatown Reservation has moved the Hudson River EagleFest to the snowdate of Sunday, Feb.10 from Feb. 9. The event time, 9am-4pm, will remain the same. Tickets for the shows and bus tours on Saturday will be honored for Sunday.

Attendees of EagleFest can enjoy an abundance of activities from guided and independent eagle viewing to storytelling, engaging children's programs and activities, bird walks, and displays. Headquartered at Croton Point Park, the event features multiple eagle viewing locations staffed with birding experts, to help the public view our national symbol in the wild. See an eagle up-close at the entertaining and educational shows taking place all day long in the Eagle Theatre and Eaglet Stage heated tents. Or participate in any number of activities including guided and independent eagle viewing, raptor shows, bus tours, storytelling, a tent full of children's programs, bird walks, and displays from 30 area organizations. For the most up-to-date schedule, visit teatown.org/eaglefest. Tickets are required for any shows in the Eagle Theatre and for bus tours. Call 914-762-2912 x110 to purchase tickets in advance. Parking is free, and shuttle buses will bring guests from the outlying lots and the Croton-Harmon Train Station to Croton Point Park.

Address: Croton Point Avenue
Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520
Phone: 914-762-2912
Website: teatown.org

About Croton Point Park


Croton Point Park is a 508-acre park situated on a peninsula on the east shore of the Hudson River. This park offers year-round events and activities and has facilities for camping, hiking and swimming.

The park, rich in natural and human history, is also the site of historic wine cellars that are thought of be the oldest in New York State and the Croton Point Nature Center.






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