Hi Tom – There are tons of eagles out right now! I would say to take your wife out on the next nice day we have. The Skagit is a big river and I’m sure folks all have their favorite stretches. Luckily they all have plenty of eagles to see at the moment. To float through the Bald Eagle Natural Area, launch at the Marblemount Boat Launch and take out at Howard Miller Park in Rockport. That’s about a 2+ hour float. Bring binoculars and have fun!
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Yes, it is too early to see eagles in large numbers. You may see some resident eagles but the migratory eagles tend to begin arriving mid to late November. Peak eagle viewing season is typically mid to late December and early January. Generally the eagles have migrated other places by the end of January. Hope this helps!
Eagle Watchers Program
Mt. Baker Ranger District
On Jan 9, 2016 Sat morning, I have organized a Eagles watching for group of friends – approx 16. We are interested in learning more about Eagles, taking photos. Any Eagles experts that might be able to meet us either at Rockport or Marblemount, to guide and provide information?
There are resident eagles on the Skagit year round, and on odd years you might see them feeding on the Pink salmon run in October. Your best bet to see eagles at that time of year is along the saltwater. Migrants from the far north will probably be arriving in November, and if we have a good chum run you will see large numbers of eagles feeding in the upper Skagit peaking in December and continuing into January usually.