Visited here with a group of Senior Citizens. Staffed by Audubon Volunteers who are very friendly and informative. Must dress for the weather - basically a wooden shelter with large open areas and large windows through which to view the eagles feeding on the river by the dam. Some monoculars are available, but I would advise bringing your own binoculars and a camera with your zoom, of course@
On the day we visited, mid-January, the fog was so thick, you could barely see 10 feet in front of you - bummer! But luckily, a biologist from Audubon Fairfield was present with three birds of prey and gave us an informative talk.
You may visit the observation area FREE of charge, but reservations are required. We plan on going back with fingers crossed for better visibility!
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