Welcome to the “Season of the Eagles & Salmon”
Eagle & Salmon Inspired Events
Please explore this site to find why you should return weekend after weekend to enjoy all of the natural occurring ” wildlife displays”
Where it all began
The enormously popular Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival occurs the third weekend in November in perhaps the most biologically diverse and important areas in British Columbia. This is the “MAIN” event that attracts visitors to Mission and Harrison Mills during the entire “Season of the Eagles and Salmon”. Harrison Mills is a fast-growing community just 30 minutes east of the District of Mission. Please explore this website to find out all about the events that will occur during the entire season.
Oct 6- Nov 1 – The annual Return of the Salmon to Weaver Creek
November 18/19 – The 22nd Annual Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival
December 10/11- Christmas at Kilby & More Eagle Viewing Boat Tours
The ORIGINAL Eagle Viewing Boat tours with Fraser River Safari.
Fraser River Safari Eagle Viewing tours will be running all weekends
Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival History:
The festival’s roots go back to1995, when the Habitat Conservation Trust Fund and the Wild Bird Trust, spear headed by April Mol, set out to create the Harrison/Chehalis Bald Eagle Festival.
In 1998, thanks to increased community involvement (Mission , B.C.) and new partnerships a small but very enthusiastic committee sprang to life. The committee worked to broaden the scope of the Festival and changed the name to form its new identity – Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival Society(FVBEFS).
The FVBEFS is now a registered charity and works hard each year to create a celebration that showcases the beauty & biodiversity of the Fraser River Valley by honouring the majestic Bald Eagle & the Cycle of the Salmon.
From Mission to Harrison Mills, many exciting venues offer excellent eagle watching opportunities and a range of activities and adventures that include jet boat eagle watching safaris; walking tours; a diverse abundance of local wildlife; environmental presentations, naturalists and interpreters; historic and ancient aboriginal sites; wildlife & artistic displays; and lots of hands on activities and entertainment.
Please explore this site and learn more about the adventure that awaits you and ways you can help us continue the work of the Society.