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Upcoming Events:

1/25 – 1:00 p.m.
Tanya Kitterman
"Salmon and Eagles of the Skagit"


1/26 – 1:00 p.m.
Matt Riggen
"Trails Around the Darrington District"


Viewing Guidelines

For your comfort:

For your safety:

Bring your binoculars and telephoto lenses for best viewing. Again, please don't startle or approach the eagles. Keep an eye out for other birds and wildlife that use the waterways: ducks, geese, ravens, blue herons, deer, beaver, otter, raccoons and bear.

We hope you have a great experience viewing the bald eagles of the Skagit River. Visit the Interpretive Center in Rockport for maps and directions to other great self-guided hikes in Howard Miller & Rockport State Parks, & Pressentin County Park. Also, on weekends guides at the Marblemount Fish Hatchery offer tours of their salmon spawning operations (feeding the salmon is fun for kids!). While you are visiting keep an eye out for other wildlife like ducks, geese, ravens, blue herons, deer, black bear, cougar, beaver, otter, and raccoons. Take a look at the Washington Birding Trail Map for more information.

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