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6501 Deer Lake Ave
Burnaby, British Columbia
Sunday, September 28, 2014
A global event celebrating rivers in Canada & around the world. This year will be the 10th anniversary of World Rivers Day & 34th annual Rivers Day in BC. Free admission. Family-friendly activities.
Mission, British Columbia
Daily from November 15, 2014 to November 16, 2014
Join the adventure on this popular November weekend as the Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival celebrates the annual return of this majestic bird.
The festival is a free, two-day family event held at various sites throughout the valley.
It has fun & educational activities for all ages: expert speakers, jet boat eagle tours, indoor fun, live eagles, nature & wildlife walks, souvenirs, interpreters, First Nations entertainment and culture & a range of great food. The festival runs rain or shine.
North Vancouver, British Columbia
Saturday, November 29, 2014
Today's journey is one not to be missed! Harrison Mills is now home to one of the world's largest concentrated gathering of eagles, drawn to the region by millions of spawning salmon travelling up the Fraser River.
Celebrate this incredible phenomenon with us; up close and in complete comfort & style on board a custom designed all weather jet boat.
Biologist David Hancock, with 60 years of dedication to the preservation of the bald eagle, will be with us on this exclusive Eagle Tour on the Fraser River.
Our adventure will then take us up to Kilby Historic Site to tour the museum and farm. A home-style, 'made from scratch' soup & sandwich lunch will be served at the Kilby Café.
41950 Government Rd.
Squamish, British Columbia
Daily from January 2, 2015 to January 31, 2015
Celebrate the 29th Annual Brackendale Eagle Festival, a month long festival featuring a special line up of concerts, lecture series, art shows, group tours, and the 29th Annual Bald Eagle Count held on the first Sunday in January.