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Archive for November, 2016

CBC news is reporting a record chum run along the west coast of British Columbia. Lets hope they will arrive at the Skagit River in large numbers as well! Many chum=many eagles.

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Eagle Watcher Volunteer Carl Johansen shows a young visitor how to look at a bald eagle through a spotting scope on the Skagit River near Rockport Washington

UPDATE 11/10/16: We are no longer accepting applications for the 2016-2017 season. Thank you to everyone who applied!

Do you like spending time outdoors? Would you like to learn more about bald eagles and salmon in the Pacific Northwest and share that knowledge with visitors to our area? If that sounds like you, then you would make a great volunteer for the Skagit Eagle Watchers program with the US Forest Service.

The program is a lot of fun and full of great people. But don’t take my word for it; listen to what our current and former volunteers have to say:

If you are interested in volunteering, look for the application form on the top of this page, or call the Mt. Baker Ranger District at 360-856-5700 for more information.

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