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American Bald Eagle Foundation, Haines

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The Goal and Mission of the American Bald Eagle Foundation

The American Bald Eagle Foundation dedicated to the protection and preservation of bald eagle habitat through educational and research.
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TripAdvisor
  • These museums offer an awesome educational experience. It showcase the animal kingdom from this area. Well preserve species and educational film explain Haines historical environment. At 2:30 PM! They...  more »
  • Booked as a last minute excision form our cruise ship, so glad we did. We were treated to seeing two female bald eagles in an enclosed habitat. The young lady who gave us the presentation on the eagle...  more »
  • This is one of those places that is why I go to new and exciting places. Haines is good at that. This place says "Bald Eagle Foundation" but it is so much more. They have exhibits and information on m...  more »
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  • A great wildlife conservation structure, a great museum, interactive activities and awesome avian ambassadors Owls, falcons, Bald Eagles... The staff is also full of knowledge and happy to share it, it was a great visit and I learned a lot about American wildlife.
  • Wasn't expecting much, but it was strangely enjoyable here. They have an amazing diorama of the various animals that live in this area, as well as collections of animal skulls and other body parts, seashells, and even a small exhibit on rocks and minerals. They have a few scavenger hunts to do that range from easy to difficult, but I think they could carry more in their gift shop. They are home to two bald eagles, as well as a few other raptors, and I recommend taking the guided tour and going to watching the feeding! They only take fifteen people on the guided tours twice a day though, so I recommend asking for a spot when you go!
  • The place is nicely done buy way overpriced. Don't try to visit in the winter months as they will be closed!
  • Wonderful eagle viewing and knowledge
  • Excellent tourist stop, especially for a rainy day. Extremely knowledgeable facilitators, great bird show, good for children.