Adopt An Eagle
Introducing "Romeo" and "Juliet" - the Wild Ones!
In 2013, the American Eagle Foundation sponsored for the first time, a wild eagle nest HD video cam located in Northeast Florida. The resident eagles, "Romeo" and "Juliet," are the architects, builders, renovators, and custodians of the nest. They have, for 8 years, returned to the nest in late August or early September to begin the cycle of nest preparation, mating, laying eggs, hatching, & fledging their young.
The AEF is providing a way for you to "virtually" adopt Romeo and Juliet in order to help fund our HD camera expenses, support our efforts to care for and rehabilitate eagles and other birds of prey at our United States Eagle Center, and to help protect Bald Eagle habitats in the wild. The "landing page" for this nest provides information about this pair and links that take you to the actual streaming HD video pages.
The experience of seeing these wild birds in their nest - without once disturbing their daily lives - will enrich your life and give you many hours of pleasure, while educating you about the USA's National Symbol.
For $500, you or your group can adopt this pair of Bald Eagles.
You can adopt a very special non-releasable eagle or eagle pair. For instance, you can sponsor "Challenger" or "Osceola" (or any eagle) for a $250 donation or our "Independence" and "Franklin" breeding pair (or any breeding pair) for a $500 donation.
Non-releasable eagles that can be adopted are listed below. By clicking on a name, you will go to that eagle's special page which has an Adopt An Eagle Donate button at the bottom.