Eagles can be viewed from the Tenderfoot Creek Fish hatchery in the Cheakamus Valley down to the Squamish Estuary near downtown Squamish. The Brackendale eagles begin arriving in mid November and leave mid February. The largest concentration can be viewed from late December through January. The Eagle Viewing Dyke, across from the Easter Seal Camp, is the most popular eagle viewing point.
Need a place to stay while visiting Squamish and Brackendale for eagle viewing? Click here for a listing of Squamish inns, Squamish hotels and Squamish motels. For additional information on Brackendale’s bald eagles visit the Brackendale Art Gallery website.