New Addition to Radnor Lake

SIR Alex Kenney, Ranger Paul Schauer, Ranger Dustin crowell, Ranger Sam King, Captive Wildlife Coordinator with Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Captain Walter Cook and Photographer/FORL Board Member Robin Conover with Eagle #1 at the BJMAEC.   Picture by Steve Ward
On Thursday, August 6th the first American Bald Eagle was transferred to the Barbara J. Mapp Aviary Education Center at Radnor Lake.  Radnor Lake Ranger Dustin Crowell and Season Interim Ranger Alex Kenney traveled to our partners at American Eagle Foundation headquarters in Pigeon Forge, TN to transfer our first eagle. Special thanks to the American Eagle Foundation, U.S. Fish and Wildlife and Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency for their assistance in permitting and transfer of this new addition to Radnor Lake!  This is a non-flighted, non-releasable American Bald Eagle residing in Aviary #5, and can be seen during Aviary hours. Visit the aviary page for more information.

Hours of Operation for the Barbara J. Mapp Aviary Education Center:

Wednesdays – 7am – 1pm

Saturdays – 1pm -7pm

Picture by Robin Conover

Picture by Robin Conover

Picture by Bob Belser

Picture by Bob Belser