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Eagle Viewing Protecting Threatened and Endangered Species

Duke Energy works with various state and federal agencies throughout its service area to help protect threatened species by managing the company’s assets to encourage precious habitats and nesting.

Bald EagleDuke Energy helped the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) reintroduce the bald eagle to the state. An active bald eagle nest is located at the Gibson Generating Station in Gibson County, Indiana and near the Wabash River Generating Station in Vigo County, Indiana. In addition, there are two active bald eagle nests near the Cayuga Generating Station in Vermillion County, Indiana. Duke Energy personnel work in collaboration with the DNR to monitor and evaluate endangered species found on or near its properties.

NOTICE: Eagle Viewing Day at the Cayuga Generating Station has been cancelled for 2015, due to significant construction underway at the plant. We expect to resume the event in 2016.

To learn more about eagles in Indiana, visit the Department of Natural Resources.