As home to one of North America’s largest populations of bald eagles, Squamish is a prime location to view these amazing birds in their natural habitat.
Enticed by spawning salmon in the Squamish and Cheakamus Rivers, the eagles gather on the shores within viewing distance to their many admirers and eager photographers.
Established in 1996, the 755-hectare Brackendale Eagles Park Reserve protects their habitat and provides them with a prime territory where they can safely hunt and flourish.
Discover more about the majestic bald eagle in this short video, presented by Nerdy About Nature,
If you don’t know Ross Reid, the fast talking, cleverly quizzical Naturalist from the ‘Nerdy About Nature’ video series you soon will.
His exuberance is infectious and if you didn’t get excited about nature before, now you’ll find learning about it entertaining and enjoyable.
Ross recently collaborated with Tourism Squamish on a Nerdy About Nature video series about one of our all-time favourite animals and perennial top bird – the bald eagle.