Bald Eagle Adventure
Bald Eagle Adventure Cruisese have been cancelled this year. We believe the pair has failed in their nesting attempt for 2015. Both adults remained in the area for the winter and rebuilt their nest on Long Island. Iain checked on them regularly but by early April he was concerned that they had failed or at least were very late in starting. He saw them perched together on their favorite perch tree on Long Island on April 9, which indicates that they were NOT sitting on eggs at that point. He had not seen them together since then, leaving a glimmer of a hope that they might be trying to re-nest somewhere, but on April 22 observed them sitting together on the perch tree, indicating that their nesting season is done for this year (too late to nest).
Join Executive Director Iain MacLeod for a special Bald Eagle Adventure to view these magnificent birds in their natural habitat. The cruise will focus on the recovery of Bald Eagles as a nesting species in the state of New Hampshire with particular discussion of the Bald Eagles on Squam Lake.
All Squam Lake Cruises are 90 minutes in length and depart from the dock on Route 3 at the bridge, next to Walter's Basin Restaurant in downtown Holderness. Squam Lake Cruises are on canopied pontoon boats. Binoculars are available for wildlife viewing at no additional cost.
Reservations are recommended for all Science Center Lake Cruises. Please call 603-968-7194 for tickets.
|Cruise Pass Fees||Member Rate||Non-Member Rate|
|Youth (Ages 0-15)||$17.00||$21.00|
|Not recommended for children under 3|
Combination passes include one trail pass and one lake cruise pass.
|Combo Pass Fee - save $6|
|Youth (Ages 3-15)||$28.00|
Dock sponsorship generously provided by Walter's Basin Restaurant in Holderness.