See Eagles in Indiana This Winter

November 2, 2010 By Jessica Walker

You don’t have to have an eagle’s eye to spot the regal birds out and about this winter. While bald eagles were once on the country’s endangered species list, they have regained their numbers and can be seen throughout Indiana during a few weeks in the winter.

Bald Eagle Watching in Indiana

Enjoy a whole weekend of eagle watching at Eagle Pointe Resort in Bloomington from Feb. 4-6, 2011, during the 11th annual Eagle Watch Weekend.

Turkey Run State Park in western Indiana also has a weekend devoted to the birds in early February. Other places to see these majestic creatures include Salamonie Lake in Andrews, Ind., or Patoka Lake in the southern part of the state.

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  1. ELAINE M. ANGUS says:

    THE EAGLES ARE BEAUTIFUL…

  2. cathy f says:

    We have two bald eagles here in knootz lake ,in they came on thanksgiving day and I see them almost twice a week flying over the lake catching fish..they are just breath taking!!

  3. Tammy says:

    My daughter and I saw two bald eagles this morning on Winona Lake! Such a special experience!!! Grateful for the fun experience. :-)

  4. John Miller says:

    Just seen a pair flying around 469 and Maplecrest in northeast Fort Wayne. Had to have a someone else confirm for me, thought I was seeing things. Made my day these birds need their space. I hope to see the skys filled with them before I pass. (4-20-14) Good Friday