“Beginning in November Bald Eagles start showing up for their annual migration from northern Canada and Alaska to feast on the dying fall salmon. The Skagit is home to the largest concentration of eagles in the lower 48 States. Some years we see up to 500 birds return to our valley, and during the peak of the migration it is common to see 100 to 200 plus birds in a 3 hour Skagit River Eagle Tour. The Skagit has diverse ecosystem and is one of the most pristine rivers in our state. It is one of the few rivers that has all 5 salmon species returning to it and is world renowned for its Steelhead and salmon runs. The Skagit is an incredibly beautiful river with majestic snow-capped mountains, lush evergreen trees and abundant wildlife. Reservations are required.” – Skagit River Eagle Tours
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