The Eastern Golden Eagle Working Group is a collaboration of biologists and wildlife managers from the US and Canada dedicated to developing a more complete understanding of golden eagle life history and ecology throughout eastern North America. Our goals include raising conservation awareness, encouraging population management, coordinating collaboration, and supporting research activities.
*On 27 March 2013, The Eastern Golden Eagle Working Group was honored by the US Forest Service's Wings Across the Americas Conservation Awards ceremony. See the News/Updates page for details!*
EGEWG members attend the WATA award ceremony in Washington, D.C. Left to right: Mary Wagner, Associate Chief of US Forest Service; Dan Brauning, PA Game Commission; Maria Wheeler, Duquesne University; Dr. Adam Duerr, West Virginia University; Dr. Trish Miller, West Virginia University; Mike Lanzone, Cellular Tracking Technologies; Dr. Carol Croy, US Forest Service; Dr. Tom Schuler, US Forest Service.
Photo credit: US Forest Service, Sean Kelley.
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