Eagle Watch

bald eagleClinton Community College, in cooperation with the Clinton County Convention and Visitors Bureau, US Fish and Wildlife Service and US Army Corps of Engineers, presents the annual Bald Eagle Watch.

The program is dedicated to the understanding, appreciation and protection of our national symbol.  Naturalists and volunteers will be on hand to share their enthusiasm and knowledge of these and other grand birds of prey. 

Programs and Exhibits will feature live animals, exhibits, puppets, song, door prizes, food and drinks. People’s Choice—Bald Eagle Photo Contest Free Courtesy Bus Service from the College to Lock and Dam 13 viewing area.

31th Annual Bald Eagle Watch

Saturday, January 10, 2015

Schedule of Events
8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Eagle Watching at Lock and Dam #13, Fulton, IL., five miles north of Fulton, IL. off Highway 84
9 a.m. -
2 p.m.
Free Educational Programs & Exhibits
Bald Eagle Photo Contest
Clinton Community College, 1000 Lincoln Blvd., Clinton, IA
9:30 a.m. Welcome - Trevor Pomkin, US Corps of Engineers, Pam Steinhaus US Fish and Wildlife Service
9:45 a.m. “Live Birds of Prey” - Owls Candy Ridlbauer, Northern IL. Raptor Rehab and Education
11 a.m. Who Lives with Eagles? David Stokes, Naturalist - West Berlin, IL
12:15 p.m. Lead Exposure in Bald Eagles - Ed Britton, USFWS
1 p.m. “Live Birds of Prey” - Hawks and Falcons Candy Ridlbauer, Northern IL. Raptor Rehab and Education


  • US Fish and Wildlife Service - 815-273-2732
  • US Army Corps of Engineers - 815-259-3628