Outdoors | Recreation,
Nature's splendor as few have seen it. Each winter, up to 300 Bald Eagles congregate in the Skagit Preserve. These magnificent and endangered birds are accustomed to seeing only the occasional river boat in their protected habitat, so sightings are frequent. With wingspans of up to seven feet, the eagle is truly majesyic from close range. You'll float calmly and comfortable with other enthusiasts in astoundingly beautiful scenery, watching our National Symbol feeding on the banks, soaring above or perched only a few yards away. Guides are experienced eagle watchers. Trip includes all rafting equipment.
Register for all rafting trips with Pierce County Parks and Recreation at the Meridian Habitat Center at (253) 841-6812. Please give height, weight and shoe size in addition to other required registration information. Transportation to the site is the responsibility of participant. Maps and driving directions will be provided at the time of registration.