ABEF

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ABEFAustralian Business Excellence Framework (horticulture; Australia)
ABEFAmerican Bald Eagle Foundation (Haines, AK)
ABEFAustralian Bird Environment Fund (est. 1983; Bird Observation & Conservation Australia)
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NOV 7-10 Alaska Bald Eagle Festival Many festival activities are located at the American Bald Eagle Foundation museum such as wildlife workshops, tours, and presentations.
The new American Bald Eagle Foundation building, at Second Street and Haines Highway near the visitor center in Haines, is also worth a visit.
Many of the festival activities are located at the American Bald Eagle Foundation museum, such as wildlife workshops, tours, and presentations.
This event is hosted by the American Bald Eagle Foundation and the city of Haines.
American Bald Eagle Foundation Director Cheryl McRoberts explains that as the weather cools, warmth that has seeped into the gravel rises "so that four-mile stretch of river does not freeze." Since everything in the surrounding area is frozen, this is the best access spot for the eagles to feed on a late run of fish.
This event, sponsored by the American Bald Eagle Foundation, celebrates the peak of the winter gathering of eagles.
For more information, phone The American Bald Eagle Foundation at 907-766-3094 or e-mail info@baldeagles.org.
American Bald Eagle Foundation sponsors events catering to birdwatchers, photographers and nature lovers.
Haines is home to the American Bald Eagle Foundation and the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve.
Contact American Bald Eagle Foundation at 766-3094, e-mail info@baldeaglefest.org or visit its Web site, www.baldeaglefest.org.
"The American Bald Eagle Festival is in its 11th year," said Dave Olerud of the American Bald Eagle Foundation located in Haines.
"It's still a gorgeous place to go and see in the summer months, but it isn't quite as stacked with eagles from top to bottom." The American Bald Eagle Foundation is also open all year, which features a diorama of Alaska wildlife and a vast array of information on the nation's symbol.
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