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The Harrison Salmon Stronghold Salmon Festival is HERE!

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News Alert:  Harrison Salmon Festival is about to happen but with a new and wonderful twist.  In addition to thousands of spawning salmon the Sts'ailes will be putting on a Salmon Theater and Salmon Barbeque.  Also I will be giving a talk on the Harrison Salmon Festival at Weaver Creek on October 17 - 18.

The Harrison Salmon Stronghold and the Sts'ailes First Nations are holding their first full 5 day Salmon Festival this year at the incredible Weaver Creek Spawning Grounds, just up the road from our regular Bald Eagle Festival sites.  This incredible spawning site annually hosts some 20,000 to 30,000 human visitors for close inspection of the spawning salmon.

 

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Falcons soar at Richmondís Terra Nova Park

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Richmond, BCLand-bound humans with feet firmly on the ground will never experience the freedom of flight as birds know it. But for one day, people can let their imagination fly free with eagles, hawks, falcons and owls as they demonstrate their impressive command of the sky at the Richmond Raptor Festival at Terra Nova Rural Park on Sunday, August 16 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

 

 

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David Hancock Will Speak at Richmond Raptor Festival

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The 8th Annual Richmond Raptor Festival, a fabulous family event that celebrates the magnificent birds of prey that live in Richmond and throughout British Columbia, will take place on Sunday, August 16, 2015 from 11am to 4pm. This event is hosted by the City of Richmond in partnership with the Richmond Nature Park Society. The festival takes place at Terra Nova Rural Park in Richmond, BC. (2631 Westminster Hwy).   

For the sixth consecutive year, Pacific Northwest Raptors will be offer flying demonstrations at 11:30am, 1:30pm and 3:30pm.  Last year saw a record attendance of 1300 people. 

David Hancock will be speaking at 2:30 PM and Hancock Wildlife Foundation will have a booth.  Please stop by and meet us.

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David Hancock Report on 2014 Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival

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Nov.  15 -16,  2014  Harrison Mills, British Columbia

First, last weekend's weather was superb -- bright, sunny and cool.  However this was, unfortunately, our first cold spell of the fall or winter.  Juneau, Alaska had had only a couple of days with night frost.  Our HWF member, Christian Sasse, had returned this week from the Chilkat River in Alaska and he reported that only 52 eagles was his biggest count of eagles -- down a few from the 1200 to 2600 eagles I usually recorded at there this time.  The northern rivers of Alaska, Yukon and BC were all still unfrozen and each was continuing to yield spawned out salmon.  Until freezing weather locks all these northern salmon carcasses under the ice the eagles will stay spread across the northern region - not being driven south or westward to the "warm waters" of the Chilkat River. 

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Bald eagles descend on southwestern B.C. for salmon, overwintering

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Bald eagle lovers say thousands of birds are expected in the Fraser Valley

CBC News Posted: Nov 13, 2014 7:12 AM PT Last Updated: Nov 13, 2014 7:38 AM PT

Thousands of bald eagles are expected to return to the Fraser Valley this year to feast on salmon along the banks of the Harrison River.

Read the story and click on the small video window to see the CBC newscast story here:
 

 

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