Eagle Eyrie

Scroll down to learn about Eagle Eyrie, the new state-of-the-art home of Atsá, our Bald Eagle animal ambassador. We are so grateful to the donors and supporters who made Eagle Eyrie possible!

Eagle Eyrie, a brand new habitat for Atsá the Bald Eagle, has hatched!

Lindsay Wildlife has completed the total renovation of our observation deck on the east side of the building overlooking Larkey Park. The new Eagle Eyrie exhibit features Lindsay’s charismatic Bald Eagle animal ambassador Atsá (pronounced ats-ah), in her spacious, enriching home. Atsá has physical limitations due to her previously broken wing and needs mental stimulation to keep her healthy. Eagle Eyrie allows her to learn enriching skills and gives guests the opportunity to get up-close to a Bald Eagle like never before!

To learn more about Atsá, click here

With its naturalistic features, this is a wonderful and enriching habitat for our Bald Eagle.

Lindsay’s newest animal enclosure features a pond where Atsá can fish! Modeled after an upland riparian habitat, Atsá’s new home includes a large tree with several perching branches and rocky outcroppings. Vegetation is coming soon.

Having been introduced to Eagle Eyrie this April, Atsá has enjoyed exploring her new enclosure. One of her favorite spots is the tall platform of boulders that allows her to look out over Larkey Park. Bald Eagles have vision that is four to five times greater than humans and from this high point on the Eyrie, she can observe squirrels running through the trees, synchronized swimmers practicing at the pool, and spy on birthday parties in the park. Atsá has a perch in the corner of her enclosure that gets a direct beam of warm sun. She can be spotted sitting here in the afternoons. If the sun gets too hot, Atsá will jump into her pond for a bath or to soak her talons.

Eagle Eyrie isn't just a home for Atsá; it's a true labor of love.

The new Bald Eagle habitat was a dream project for our team, who first envisioned the enriching new enclosure several years ago. With the help of over one hundred individual, corporate, and foundation donors, Atsá’s new home came to life. Although construction was delayed by the Covid-19 pandemic, Atsá is in her new home and is enjoying exploring the improved space. Thank you to our incredibly generous donors for making this possible for her. We can’t wait to for you to experience the new habitat up close.

We rely on the support of donations to make projects like Eagle Eyrie possible and to continue to care for all of our animal ambassadors and wildlife hospital patients. To make a donation, click here