You Can Spot Hundreds of Bald Eagles in Squamish Right Now

Bald eagles in Squamish, BC

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Did you know that Squamish is home to one of the world’s largest populations of wintering bald eagles? Each year over 1000 eagles spend the winter hanging out along the Squamish River. The record for the most eagles was set back in 1994 with 3,769 eagles counted! Here are the best places to spot eagles in Squamish.

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You Can Spot Hundreds of Bald Eagles in Squamish Right Now

True love never dies: My latest adventure at Harrison Hot Springs

HAIR-isson Hot Springs

Harrison Hot Springs is not unfamiliar territory to me. I’ve vacationed at the resort on several occasions, always with the same intention – a romantic getaway – and always with a different companion. Let it be known, I never fail to have a memorable time. Yet, despite any of the gentlemen who’ve accompanied me on past trips being around anymore, my relationship with Harrison is still as passionate, committed and memorable as ever. It goes to show that true love never dies.

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True love never dies: My latest adventure at Harrison Hot Springs

The Bald Eagles are Back in Vancouver

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Every winter, thousands of bald eagles descend on the rivers, lakes and coasts of British Columbia to feed on spawning salmon.  This year is no exception, and right now is one of the top times for wildlife lovers to spot the majestic birds in Vancouver and the surrounding communities.

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The Bald Eagles are Back in Vancouver