Bald eagles flock to Chehalis-Harrison River estuary

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A bald eagle flies over the Harrison River near Harrison Mills in the Fraser Valley November 17.
 

A bald eagle flies over the Harrison River near Harrison Mills in the Fraser Valley November 17.

Photograph by: Ric Ernst, Vancouver Sun

Thousands of bald eagles descended on the Chehalis-Harrison River estuary earlier than usual last weekend because of a devastating lack of chum on the coast further north.

David Hancock, of the Hancock Wildlife Foundation, estimated about 2,500 eagles showed up for the 15th annual Bald Eagle Festival — the most ever spotted at this time of year.

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Eagles at the Estuary!

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