Squamish Eagle Viewing

Bald EagleThe Squamish area has the greatest concentration of wintering bald eagles in the world. Between late November and March, literally thousands of eagles call the Brackendale area of Squamish home, making eagle watching and eagle tours an incredible attraction.

Eagle Run

Each year the Bald Eagle attracts thousands of people from around the world to observe them in their winter home. One of the best places to spot the Bald Eagles is at the Eagle Run view point on Government Road. There are also many tours set up for eagle watching. You can choose horse back, rafting or walking tours.

The Squamish Estuary

The Squamish Estuary is a great place to catch a glimpse of the many other fascinating birds the Squamish area plays host to. Some examples of these birds are: Vaux's Swift, Canada Goose, Warbling Vireo, Red Eyed Vireo, Violet Green Swallow, Northern Rough Winged Swallow, Black Capped Chickadee, Chestnut Backed Chickadee, Swainson's Thrush, Cedar Wax Wing, House Sparrow, Turkey Vulture, Black Swift, Belted King Fisher, Red Breasted Sap Sucker, Pileated Woodpecker, Orange Crown Warbler, Townsend Warbler, and American Goldfinch.

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