Activity Information


Fraser Valley Bald Eagles & Salmon BC

12/01/12 (Sat) - 12/02/12 (Sun)

Seattle Naturalists

Linda Moore


Visit one of North America's largest gatherings (surpassed only by Haines AK!) of bald eagles converging on spawning salmon in the Fraser Valley from November through January, with peak eagle numbers reaching between 1000 and over 2000 during late November to early January. The gathering of eagles and spawning salmon offer phenomenol spectacles of nature at several viewing sites along the Chehalis and Harrison Rivers, and Harrison Bay in the Lower Fraser Valley. See some of the 100s of trumpeter swans and other waterfowl also wintering in area. Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival is scheduled for November 17-18, 2012. For bald eagle festival info, see: Viewing sites are located near Agassiz, Harrison Mills and Deroche, BC - approx 1 hour E of Vancouver. SEE LEADER NOTES FOR DETAILS.

**Members only. Minimum 4.

**Required prior to registration:
Current Passport, or enhanced WA drivers license (or enhanced WA ID) required for US/Canada border crossings.

If adverse weather forecast (mostly rain or snowy), trip may be rescheduled to Dec 8-9 or following weekend.

During the weekend, we'll be walking or hiking short distances (2-4+ miles/day, minimal elevation change) at: Eagle Point Community Park, Harrison Bay shoreline at Kilby Histo... More

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Registration closed on Sun, Nov 25 at 5:00 PM

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