Eagle Cam Education
Do you love bald eagles? Do you have creative ideas for how to use the Duke Farms Eagle Cam to bring your lessons to life for your students? Do you want to get up close and personal with a bald eagle chick?
Then CLICK HERE to find out about our Eagle Cam Lesson Plan Contest!
The winner of the 2016 Eagle Cam Lesson Plan Contest was Lauren Kurzius of Manville School District. Read about her experience here.
The winner of the 2015 Eagle Cam Lesson Plan Contest was Diane Cook of Copper Hill Elementary.
CLICK HERE to watch a video featuring Diane Cook and her banding experience.
Duke Farms has created a forum for teachers to share information and resources relevant to how the Duke Farms Eagle Cam is used for public education. Look for “Eagle Cam Teachers” on Facebook.
The Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ hosts a page on Eagle Education and features eagle e-books, lesson plans, etc.
We’ve compiled all of our eagle-themed lessons, several storybooks and field guides, life-sized replicas of an eagle egg, skull, and talon, a life-sized wingspan cutout and vinyl eagle photo and even an eagle costume! Eagle Kits are free for educators to borrow for up to three weeks at a time. Learn more and reserve the kit HERE