Photo: Alex Malyon
Meet up with the Saw Mill River Audubon and Charlie Roberto, bird enthusiast and naturalist at Teatown Lake Reservation, for “Croton Point Walk for Eagles and More!” on Saturday, January 13, 2007 at 9:00 AM for this popular free nature excursion.
Visitors are invited to meet at the shore of the Croton and Hudson Rivers at the Echo Canoe Launch to look for overwintering bald eagles and other winter birds. Those wishing to attend are urged to dress warmly and to bring binoculars if possible (spotting scopes will be available for shared viewing).
The Croton Echo Canoe Launch (see also: “Croton Officials Dedicate “Echo Canoe Launch” in Honor of Theodore J. Cornu”) is located at the juncture of the Croton River and the Hudson River. From Route 9, take the Croton Point Avenue exit and follow signs to the Croton-Harmon Metro-North train station. Drive past the station to the boat landing at the end of the parking lot.