Lake Guntersville State Park

Eagle Awareness Weekends at LGSP

Overview

Eagle Awareness turns 35 years old this year at Lake Guntersville State Park. What began as an initiative to pull the bald eagle from the brink of extinction has developed into the experience of viewing eagles in their wild habitat, education through live shows of birds of prey and critters, highlights of our local community, and accommodations to take it all in. Exclusive deals are offered each year during Eagle Awareness in the months of Jan/Feb that include lodging, VIP access to presentations, guided and self-guided field trips, eagle watching, photo opportunities with birds of prey, children activities, discounts at restaurant and gift shop, engagement with featured sponsors, a welcome packet, one-on-one access with naturalist and assistant, and educational memories that last for a life time. It's no wonder that these weekends are the perfect gift for the one that has "everything". Gift certificates are available for all state parks. 

History

Eagle Awareness turns 35 years old this year at Lake Guntersville State Park. What 

began as an initiative to pull the bald eagle from the brink of extinction has developed into the experience of viewing eagles in their wild habitat, education through live shows of birds in? Exclusive deals are offered each year during Eagle Awareness in the months of Jan/Feb that include lodging, VIP access to presentations, guided and self-guided field trips, eagle watching, photo opportunities with birds of prey, children activities, discounts at restaurant and gift shop, engagement with featured sponsors, a welcome packet, one-on-one access with naturalist and assistant, and educational memories that last for a life time. It's no wonder that these weekends are the perfect gift for the one that has "everything". Gift certificates are available for all state parks. 

Weekend Deals

Eagle Awareness Weekends feature live bird demonstrations and programs provided by notable speakers, guided field trips for viewing eagles in their natural habitat, and the natural beauty of the mountains and Lake Guntersville. Each year we welcome up to 300 guests to experience the history, nature, and education of these majestic eagles and many other birds of prey and critters. From photography classes to the annual Eagle Awards presentation, guests can enjoy the entire weekend as a VIP guest. We offer lodging, access to all shows, eagle watching tours, guided tours, photo opportunities, one on one with naturalists and professionals, discounts, and much more. 2020 weekends are scheduled for Jan. 24th -26th, Jan. 31st - Feb. 2nd, Feb. 7th - 9th, and Feb. 14th - 16th. 

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