The eagles are back in Elgin

The eagles are back in Elgin

The library in Elgin, Chicago had some news they wanted to celebrate today. It has been a long time since anyone in the area has really seen any eagles. A few weeks back, 2 bald eagles were spotted and patrons of the area were amazed at the sight. Well recently it seems that flocks of eagles have returned to the area and are in the best location for viewing!

While sitting in the reading area within the library, locals can get a great look at the birds while remaining comfy and cozy. Officials said they believe the eagles are in that are, flying while hunting for small rodents on the ground. None-the-less, the locals are more than thrilled that the birds decided to hunt in an area that provides on lookers with a fantastic view.

The eagles are located on the Fox River valley and a local environmentalist has said that it is a very good thing that they are seeing an increase of eagles in the area. When they seldom appeared many people began to worry, but all can rest assured that the eagles in the area are continuing to go strong. The have been seen either on the river line, looking for fish, or soaring in the air hoping for another type of prey.

One local stated that is so great to have the eagles back in the area, because everyone knows the eagles and they are a symbol of our country. I hope more eagles continue to come through the area and delight the locals and the season progresses.