Eagles at Quabbin Reservoir

January 19, 2013 all-day America/New York Timezone

Each year up to 30 bald eagles find enough food to winter at Quabbin Reservoir in central Massachusetts. For this trip, we will first stop at the Quabbin Visitor Center to learn a bit about the reservoir’s history and receive an update on the most recent eagle locations. Afterward, we will drive to various lookout points to search for eagles. In addition, we may take short walks in search of signs of wildlife such as ruffed grouse, wild turkeys, porcupines, and coyotes. If the reservoir is not frozen, we may see waterfowl as well. Dress warmly. Call to register. 8:30- 4pm.