News Story Archive

Tag: eagles
  • January

    Record turnout, eagle sightings during annual eagle surveys at two USACE lakes

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers staff at Abiquiu Lake, N.M., and John Martin Reservoir, Colo., recently held mid-winter bald eagle surveys where volunteers and USACE staff counted eagles to help get information on eagle trends, distribution, and habitat at each lake. A record turnout of approximately 100 volunteers spotted eight eagles during the annual event at Abiquiu Lake. 78 eagles were sighted at the event at John Martin Reservoir.
  • February

    More than 40 volunteers count eagles at annual Abiquiu Lake event

    Forty-three volunteers took advantage of nice weather to attend the annual Midwinter Bald Eagle Watch and Survey event held at the lake, Saturday, Jan. 7, 2023.
  • January

    Three eagles counted during annual eagle watch at Abiquiu Lake

    The annual Abiquiu Lake Eagle Watch, Jan. 4, 2020, was considered by rangers to be a successful event, with 66 volunteers assisting from three stationary positions on shore and two boats on the lake.
  • Record number of volunteers turn out to count eagles

    USACE staff at Abiquiu Lake hosted their annual Midwinter Bald Eagle Watch, Jan. 6, 2018. A record-breaking 151 volunteers turned out to participate in the nationwide survey that counts eagles along standard, non-overlapping survey routes.
  • Nearly 20 Bald Eagles Spotted at Abiquiu during Annual Event

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Abiquiu Lake hosted its annual midwinter eagle watch Jan. 7, and it was a record count for both eagles, 17, and volunteers, 61. Employees were surprised when nearly twice as many volunteers arrived to participate as the previous record and when seeing nine mature and eight immature Bald Eagles.
  • Crowd Spies Abiquiu Eagles

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Abiquiu Lake hosted its eighth annual midwinter eagle watch on Jan. 8. There were 15 confirmed eagle sightings, the most ever.