Bald Eagles Soar Over Silverton

Kettle Creek Road nest spotted

Bald Eagles in New Jersey?

Yes. In fact, there's sightings in Toms River, near the Brick border.

An apparent nest or favorite perch for bald eagles is just north of Kettle Creek Road, and south of Old Hooper Avenue, at the north edge of Silverton.

A good spot to eagle-watch is the Advance Auto Parts on Hooper Avenue, during the afternoons.

JO-ANNE September 12, 2011 at 07:47 PM
Are the Eagles still there? I go to Silverton once a week, at different times and haven't seen them in over a month?
silvertonmom September 12, 2011 at 07:55 PM
I also live in silverton and have not seen them for a long time now :(
Martin September 12, 2011 at 09:18 PM
About a month ago I thought I saw eaglets (all dark, no white) on cell tower near Top Tomato on Brick. Maybe just resting there, not nesting. I thought I saw white-headed Daddy on Advance Auto Parts cell tower about a month ago, again not necessarily nesting there anymore. How do they survive 70MPH winds? Do they migrate in fall? Do they stay in the same nest from one year to the next? Local eagle experts, please write something for all the eagles fans (and I don't mean football Eagles).
otto fritts July 18, 2012 at 08:23 PM
Why was/ is there no info or pics of the three new baby eagles that hatched there this year?? how soon people loose interest??!!
susan meany June 06, 2013 at 07:22 PM
Just came back from watching the eagle nest in toms river. Observed 2 eaglets wingersizing and one adult. They are beautiful creatures. It appears the eaglets will be branching soon. I love to sit and watch these beautiful eagles, something I never would have believed would be so close to my home. SM


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