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Bald Eagles at Goldstream Provincial Park

Listed under Birdwatching in Victoria, Canada.

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After Goldstream Provincial Park made the decision to close its estuary to the public, the bald eagle population in the area began to increase. The lack of people created a comfortable salmon-hunting environment for the raptors, which can now be seen throughout the park, throughout the year. A platform designed specifically for eagle-watching has been constructed near the Visitor Centre.

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Written by  Sarah Clise.

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