Eagle Nest 2019
First Bald Eagle sighting of the Fall 9/15/19.
The first sighting this Fall of a Bald Eagle near our Visitor Center occurred just before sunrise Sunday September 15, 2019. At this early stage, it appears the eagles have returned to a nest they constructed last year and is located just below Buchanan Dam (now confirmed by multiple sightings.) Currently the tree is still leaf covered so viewing is more of a challenge. Please keep in mind the nest is located on LCRA property and is not accessible by the public. The observation deck behind the Visitor Center does offer a line of sight to where the nest is located along with an excellent view of Buchanan Dam. Good binoculars, spotting scopes, or strong camera lenses are recommended. A special thanks and credit to Harry Keil for the sighting and another great photo.
This Bald Eagle nest is visible this year (2019) from our Chamber Visitor Center observation deck! Binoculars, spotting scope or good telephoto lens recommended. This pair has nested for several years between the Inks Lake bridge and Buchanan Dam and the nest was hidden, they have built this new nest which can now be viewed from a distance. Please note this is on LCRA private property and NOT accessible by the public. A special thanks to Harry Keil for all of these photos!
Additional photos sent to us by Nasos taken from the observation deck. Both eagles on and next to the nest in center of images.
Additional photos taken March 13, 2019. Two eaglets are on the nest. Thanks again to Harry Keil for these great photos!
New pictures from March 24, 2019: