Winter Waterfowl & Bald Eagle Viewing - Columbia Land Trust

It’s back and better than ever.

Saturday – January 23, 2016
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Join us as we travel along the scenic Columbia River Gorge to view winter waterfowl and bald eagles. We’ll enjoy hot cocoa to warm our bird watching bones and make our way to the Balfour-Klickitat Trail, where regal convocations of bald eagles gather in search of a salmon meal. Land Trust Forest Conservation Director, Cherie Kearney, along with expert bird guides and naturalists will share scope views and the history of eagles in the Pacific Northwest. After the day dwindles, we’ll end our voyage in Stevenson, WA at Clark & Lewie’s Travelers Rest Saloon and give cheers to the best birds of the day.

EASY – Weather conditions usually cold. This tour will involve 2-4 miles of light hiking. Please dress for winter conditions. Cancellation made in the event of unsafe road conditions. Tour guide will call participants in the event of cancellation.

All transportation, snacks, lunch, and a Clark & Lewie’s beverage of your choice are provided. Transportation departs from the Columbia Land Trust Vancouver office at promptly 8:00 a.m and returns at approximately 5:00 p.m.

Please note: A list of items to bring and a full itinerary will be sent to you via email 1-2 weeks prior to the tour date.

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