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Hancock's Last Eagle Tour of 2017

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A message from Fraser River Safari:

December 10 - The final tour of 2017

2017 really was a year of extremes, from record low temperatures in the winter to a heat wave and low, low summer water levels. Despite the challenges we still enjoyed each and every tour and thank all of our customers for allowing us to do this for 11 years now.

The eagle numbers are still very good in the Harrison and with water levels dropping we could have another large influx of birds coming to feast on the freshly exposed salmon carcasses.

This weekend we are running the last scheduled tour of 2017 at 11 am and the weather looks like it may even hold until then. ADDED BONUS: David Hancock will be joining the tour to lend his 60+ years of raptor knowledge to the mix.

If you were thinking of joining an eagle tour this season, this may be the perfect weekend to do so. You can BOOK DIRECTLY HERE  under the "Eagle Tour with David Hancock".

http://fraserriversafari.com/november-tour-calendar-december/

AND if we don't see you this season. Merry Christmas and the Happiest of New Year's from our house to yours!

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New Camera Being Installed At the Haysí Bald Eagle Nest

Wildlife News1 December 2017


New cameras are being installed at the bald eaglesí nest in Hays.
PITTSBURGH.CBSLOCAL.COM

Read More: http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2017/12/01/new-camera-being-installed-at-the-hays-eagle-nest/
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Greenbrier bald eagles victims of lead poisoning

Wildlife News1 December 2017


Two ailing eagles found by property owners near Alderson and Caldwell in Greenbrier County on Thursday were found to have toxic levels of lead in their systems.
WVGAZETTEMAIL.COM

Read More: https://www.wvgazettemail.com/news/greenbrier-bald-eagles-victims-of-lead-poisoning/article_7a34877f-0875-5668-8d95-5042b00c9d6e.html
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Bald Eagles Duel over a fish at Lake Junaluska

Wildlife News1 December 2017


Danny Young, a professional nature photographer from Hollywood Georgia, captured these images at Lake Junaluska.
THEMOUNTAINEER.COM

Read More: http://www.themountaineer.com/news/bald-eagles-duel-over-a-fish-at-lake-junaluska/article_bb98e506-d5ec-11e7-94e0-2b658b4ad7ea.html
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Bradenton bald eagle electrocuted

Wildlife News29 November 2017


Eagle bodies are shipped to National Eagle Repository in Colorado.
YOUROBSERVER.COM

Read More: https://www.yourobserver.com/article/bradenton-bald-eagle-electrocuted
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