Which means almost Bald Eagle season by the spawning stream, called Kanaka Creek by our house. Salmon are here and shortly after usually about 20-30 eagles hang out to feed on the dying salmon. A small spawning stream runs by our house.
Not too far away is a place called Chehalis-Harrison Estuary. This is where at times you can see over 7000 Bald Eagles at a time enjoying a free meal of Salmon between end of Oct through Dec. We are known for our Bald Eagles this time of year and it truly is an amazing sight to see. I hope to get out there this year with camera in hand.
Short video of the local salmon trap where they count the fish each year.
Today, October 21st, 2012 they were putting on a display for the public checking the health of the salmon and female versus male population