Bird-watchers and newcomers are welcome to attend the third annual Eagle Fest Jan. 7.

When the lake at Chestnut Run Swim Beach freezes, bald eagles come out to fish.

At previous Eagle Fests, visitors have seen at least 90 bald eagles near the beach throughout the day.

The fest gives people the opportunity to observe and learn about bald eagles that live in the area.

Park rangers will be able to help visitors find bald eagles and answer any questions.

The event will be held by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District and Shenango River Watchers at 500 Saranac Drive in Transfer, Pennsylvania.

It will begin at 9 a.m. on Jan. 7.

For more information, contact the Shenango River Lake ranger station at 724-646-1124.