The CPN Eagle Aviary employs sound animal husbandry practices that create a safe, enriching environment for the eagles and help educate the public about Potawatomi culture. Learn more with answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.
While many continents have golden eagles, the bald eagle is native to North America, with sightings in every state except Hawaii. Although these birds of prey share similar characteristics, other attributes set them apart.
Since being placed on the endangered species list in the early 1970s, the bald eagle population grew under protection. Today they are off the list, and the CPN Eagle Aviary works every day to make sure the important symbol for Potawatomi thrives for future generations.
A law passed in January 2017 and overturned in March is raising concerns with environmentalists around the U.S. A policy implemented by former Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe on Jan. 19, the Obama administration’s last full day in office, banned the use of lead ammunition and fishing tackle on all FWS wildlife refuges that allow hunting or fishing. The purpose was to prevent wildlife Read More »