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Feb 02, 2019

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Monroe Bald Eagle Tour

08:00 AM - 11:00 AM EST

3500 E. Front Street, Monroe, MI 48161

Join Team RWB Ann Arbor on Saturday, February 2nd for a unique opportunity to visit a once endangered species, the bald eagle, at the Monroe Power Plant in Monroe, Michigan. There are 20 spots available which will be on a first come, first serve basis. The tour involves hearing more about the history of the bald eagles and learn about bald eagle migratory patterns. This opportunity is for environmental enthusiasts, eagle lovers, and anyone who might be interested in learning about wildlife habitats.

 

Guests will be welcomed by the Monroe Power Plant security guards to sign in. Please make sure to have your photo I.D. They will then direct you to the P.A.C. building, where parking will be available. Guests will congregate inside the P.A.C. building conference for refreshments, introductions and a brief presentation by DTE biologist and a University of Michigan-Dearborn interpretive naturalist. 


Sarah Robb, sarah.robb@teamrwb.org

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Add to Calendar 02/02/2019 08:00 AM 02/02/2019 11:00 AM Monroe Bald Eagle Tour

Join Team RWB Ann Arbor on Saturday, February 2nd for a unique opportunity to visit a once endangered species, the bald eagle, at the Monroe Power Plant in Monroe, Michigan. There are 20 spots available which will be on a first come, first serve basis. The tour involves hearing more about the history of the bald eagles and learn about bald eagle migratory patterns. This opportunity is for environmental enthusiasts, eagle lovers, and anyone who might be interested in learning about wildlife habitats.

 

Guests will be welcomed by the Monroe Power Plant security guards to sign in. Please make sure to have your photo I.D. They will then direct you to the P.A.C. building, where parking will be available. Guests will congregate inside the P.A.C. building conference for refreshments, introductions and a brief presentation by DTE biologist and a University of Michigan-Dearborn interpretive naturalist. 


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3500 E. Front Street, Monroe, MI 48161