The IVCC disc golf course, after having been in the ground for one year, was lucky enough to have been selected as a nesting area by a pair of bald eagles! After a successful 2011 breeding season the eagles returned and it appears they will call this area home for years to come.
All disc golfers are asked, especially during the spring breeding and nesting season, to continue demonstrating the quiet and respectful behavior which surely was part of the reason the eagles selected this area in the first place. The eagle nest is about 150' in the woods in a pine tree behind basket #1, so, when near this area, enjoy the spectacle of our course mascots, but again, be courteous and quiet.
Several signs have been placed on the course to remind everyone of appropriate conduct.