Spot Thousands of Eagles Along the Fraser River Basin

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Thousands of bald eagles head to the Harrison River every year
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Thousands of bald eagles head to the Harrison River every year in search of salmon

The Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival offers million dollar views of BC’s bald eagles, as they make their annual journey to the Fraser River Basin to feast on salmon and nest

If you want to be smack dab in the middle of one of the biggest eagle convocations anywhere, plan to attend the Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival , with its kickoff weekend November 17-18, 2012, and festivities and viewing opportunities over the following three weekends.

Read the rest of the article here:  http://www.bcliving.ca/travel/fraser-river-basin-eagle-migration

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Where Are the Wild Things? | Little Cunning Plan
[...] maybe wear funny hats and do secret handshakes, all the stuff. ┬áBasically, it’s a huge eagle party. The Fraser River boasts that it’s the biggest gathering of eagles in the world. Seems like it’s a little early, but where [...] [read more]
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