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Brackendale Eagles Provincial Park Tours

Brackendale Eagles Provincial Park
Squamish is called the eagle capital of the world and it is here, at Brackendale Eagles Provincial Park (sometimes known as the Brackendale Eagle Reserve), where the largest congregation of wintering bald eagles in North America can be found. Accordingly, the best time to visit the reserve is from late November to late January. During those winter months the eagles get attracted to the area due to the spawning salmons in the river and gather in huge numbers to feast on the fish carcasses. In fact, the park holds a world record from 1994, when 3,769 bald eagles were counted in a single day – that’s more eagles than there are residents of Brackendale. 

To protect the eagles and their habitat, the park doesn’t allow for any recreational activities, such as camping or biking. The spectacular eagle viewing opportunities that can be had from the viewing areas or from designated rafts floating gently down the river, are the one and only thing visitors come here for. On good days, you will be able to see hundreds of birds roosting, perched on trees and soaring high in the sky. The low river valley set against the rugged Tantalus Mountain Range is their ideal habitat and to get their guaranteed daily pound of fish, they return to British Columbia’s Pacific coast every winter.

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Brackendale Eagles Provincial Park can be found about 70 kilometers north of Vancouver on the west side of the Squamish River. The best months to see the bald eagles are December and January and in January, a month long eagle festival with photography contests, art shows and tours are held by the Brackendale Art Gallery. The most popular viewing area is located on the municipal dyke right in between Squamish and Brackendale - don’t forget your binoculars! 
Address: Squamish-Lillooet D, BC, Canada
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Whistler Sightseeing Tour from Vancouver: See Horseshoe Bay and Shannon Falls

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