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The concentration of bald eagles and spawning salmon in the Skagit River Basin is a spectacular phenomenon in the Pacific Northwest. Join us now and see over 100 - 200 eagles flying around and eating spawned out salmon along the gravel bars.
All of our Bald Eagle Float Tours are exceptionally safe adventures and perfect for any size group. The rafts are captained by knowledgeable guides and equipped with comfortable bench seats and blankets. The best time to go is December through February. There are river trips happening on the river every weekend and mid week as well. The best time to go and see the most eagles is Nov into February. March and April are still good to see some eagles along with other wildlife and learn about natural history. Hot riverside lunch provided.