During EagleWatch season, volunteers on duty at Eagle Run dike count and record the number of eagles present. They conduct the count once every hour between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm on days when EagleWatch is present at the dike. From these counts, we select and record the peak hourly count: the highest total number of eagles for any hour in the day.
Visitors have suggested that it would be helpful to have these counts published. We will update this post every day during the current EagleWatch season, showing the most recent count first.
|Nov 17||11||1||12||River level up 3 metres from yesterday. Much debris. Salmon carcasses being washed out to sea.|
|Nov 16||15||2||17||Mist made counting a challenge. New eagle's nest spotted downriver near the debris pile.|
|Nov 10||4||1||5||Kettles with up to 8 eagles over river and Tantalus Range in the morning sun.|
|Nov 9||8||1||9||Drizzle and mist obscured visibility. EagleWatch Opening Day.|