Bald Eagles Prince William County
Bald eagle taking to flight along the Potomac River in Prince William County, Virginia
From Harper’s Ferry to the Chesapeake Bay, the bald eagle population throughout the historic Potomac River region continues to expand at an impressive pace. Our original articles track the resurgence of our magnificent national symbol, and offer insight into eagle activities, spotting locations, local events, and issues affecting their habitat.

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Tim’s Rivershore

Tim’s Rivershore is an excellent location for eagle spotting, and crabcakes. A local landmark for over 20 years, Tim’s Rivershore is a fun and relaxing eagle-spotting destination. At the waterside restaurant and crabhouse, you can enjoy signature seafood and drink...  Read More »

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Bald Eagle Photography Ethics

Although no longer on the endangered species list, bald eagles are protected by federal laws such as the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act and the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. The Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act disallows...  Read More »

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Leesylvania State Park

Leesylvania State Park on the Potomac River. Leesylvania State Park in Woodbridge, Virginia, is one of our top DC-area destinations for bald eagle spotting. The 542-acre property is situated on the tip of a peninsula jutting into the Potomac River...  Read More »

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Elizabeth Hartwell Mason Neck NWR

The Elizabeth Hartwell Mason Neck National Wildlife Refuge near Lorton, Virginia, presents a “sure thing” destination for eagle spotters. Acquired by the federal government in 1969, Mason Neck was the first national wildlife refuge dedicated solely...  Read More »

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