In November and on through to some time in January bald eagles follow the spawning salmon and congregate along the Squamish River. During this time a group of hardy and dedicated volunteer interpreters are out on the Eagle Run dyke on the weekends helping people understand what they're seeing. This is part of Squamish's annual Eagle Festival. A lot of school groups also come to witness this event. As well, the volunteers provide an education program in the schools. Every year thousands come to watch, photograph and be amazed at these marvellous birds.
This video is a record of some of the activities on the dyke in 2014 and early 2015.