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TRR photo by Scott Rando
A pair of newly fledged bald eagles engage in mock aerial combat over the Delaware River. Notice that the top pursuing eagle’s tail is angled nearly 90 degrees out of its normal position; this is aiding the pursuer in quickly transitioning from a level hard left bank to a steep dive in order to chase its sibling, already diving at the bottom of the frame.

Nature’s aces perform a mid-summer air show

Some of the best aerial performers are displaying their flying skills, and in many cases, you don’t have to leave the backyard to view them. Many of our area birds, in their everyday activities, put on a flying display that rivals what you could see at an air show. Watch as some of these feathered aviators are captured in flight.









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A grand idea

While sitting under our exhibition tent at the Callicoon Street Fair our president, Mr. Frank Salt, came up with a unique idea for the Upper Delaware Chapter of Trout Unlimited. He wanted to design a novel fly that could be sold at the Narrowsburg RiverFest, to support the Casting for Recovery (CFR) group. That organization encourages people to become interested in fly fishing while recovering from the ravages of cancer.

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PEEC holds extra week of camp

LEHMAN TOWNSHIP, PA—The Pocono Environmental Education Center (PEEC) will add an extra week of camp, themed the end-of-summer extravaganza, from Monday, August 17 through Friday, August 21. During this week there will be activities such as canoeing, muckraking, wildlife games, hikes, teambuilding, swimming at Camp Akenac, ending with a parent’s day campfire on Friday with s’mores.

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