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Skagit/Nooksak Rivers, Washington, USA

Festivals and Fun
Season: Prime time: Mid December to mid February.
The Upper Skagit River Bald Eagle Festival runs the first weekend of February
Number of Birds: 25–300
Visible from one location: 5–30
Visible from a rafting trip: 20–200

• The Festival is a very well organized event with workshops & displays, guided eagle viewing and speakers
• Accessible from Vancouver (100 miles) or Seattle (150 miles) on a day’s drive
• Number of Birds: This area features between 50 and 600 Bald Eagles along some 50 miles of the Skagit and Nooksak Rivers.

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Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival

Festivals and Fun[image1_left]Season: Mid-November through February Peak: December to mid-February.

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Brackendale/Squamish Area, British Columbia

Festivals and FunSeason: Early November through February; peak mid-December to mid-January.

The Brackendale Winter Bald Eagle Festival runs the month of January with four weekends of guest speakers and volunteers with scopes to point out the birds.
Number of Birds: 1500–3766
Visible from one location: 50–300
Visible from a rafting trip:100–1000

Highlights: Well organized month of tours, spotters, covered viewing areas. Readily accessible 1 hour north of Vancouver BC. Four weekends in January with slide lecturers.

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Chilkat Bald Eagle Festival

Festivals and Fun

Season: October to December

The Chilkat Bald Eagle Festival runs November 7 - 13, 2005 this year.
Number of Birds: 500–3444
Visible from one location: 50–300
Visible from a rafting trip: 200–1000

Highlights: Very well organized photo workshops, guided eagle viewing, release of rehabilitated eagles, rafting tours, Chilkat Indian dancing and many speakers.

This year will feature:
Al Batt: Humorist and MC.
Glenn Browning: Photographer of the Year 2005 also with Taxidermy seminars
Dave Mossop: Biologist and speaker
Robert Armstrong: Author and photographer speaker
David Hancock: Biologist, author, photogrpaher speaker
Robert Genn: Festival Artist of the Year. speaker, demonstrator.
Mike Jacobson: biologist and speaker
Rick Farnell: Biologist and speaker
Greg Hare: Biologist and speaker
Steve Kroschel: Speaker and wildlife presenter. His Alaska Wildlife Park will be open.
Live Bird presentations by: ANchorage and Junear Raptor Centers
Incredible involvement by local Tlingit and Haines residents.
Hungary HIll: Entertainers

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