LEEC Short Course Spotlight: Eagle Tour (New Orleans/Baton Rouge Regions) Boat Tour

LEEC's 2019 Regional Short Course event is just a month away. Our aim is to bring environmental education professional development to communities all around the state. Classroom teachers, non-formal educators and anyone seeking a better understanding of environmental projects in their communities have a host of choices available at  http://www.wlf.louisiana.gov/2019-leec-regional-short-courses for the February 16 event. Today, we're spotlighting: Eagle Tour (New Orleans/Baton Rouge Regions).
 
The American Bald Eagle is a common visitor on the Cajun Coast. Join us to view these majestic birds perched in a tree, soaring overhead, tending their young or hunting for food. BTNEP in partnership with LDWF will provide a tour to see the eagles' nests and to discover the threats to our National bird.  BTNEP will provide information on Raptures, Sparrows, Hummingbirds and Warblers along with a K-12 Bird Curriculum.  The tours will be guided by ornithologists and wildlife biologists.  
 
Presenters Alma Robichaux, Richard DeMay and Delaina LeBlanc, Barataria-Terrebonne National Estuary Program
Location: Meet at Gibson Boat Launch, Marina Drive, Gibson, LA 70356
Grade Level: General (K-12)
Time: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.