Harrison Mills Winter Festival / Photo Display / Gala Fund-raising Dinner and Auction

presented by Pretty Estates Resort and Chung Ai

International Nature Photo Display and Exhibit

– Photo exhibit, demonstrations, Q&A and workshops

Fundraising Dinner and Silent Auction – 4pm – SATURDAY ONLY

Fundraiser for the FVBEF, contributing to the educational aspects of the Sasquatch Crossing Bald Eagle Cafe.
*Pre-purchase of dinner tickets is strongly recommended – $50
Fundraising Dinner Tickets: http://www.prettyestateresort.com/online-store/event-tickets/

More info:  http://www.prettyestateresort.com/our_event/bald-eagle-festival/

David Hancock

David & “Harrison”

Eagle viewing boat tours with Fraser River Safari
– the official jet boat tour of the Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival

Date: November 29

 Fraser River Safari will be offering eagle tours along the Harrison River. David Hancock of Hancock wildlife will be joining the fun on Nov 30. Seats are selling fast

Nov 29- seats available BOOK NOW
For more information and availability please CLICK HERE

Land based Eagle viewing at Harrison Mills

Date: November 29 & 30

After the first weekend (The Festival) some of the sites are not set up for public viewing so it is best to come prepared with your own binoculars or viewing scopes. Please also note that many areas are environmentally sensitive spots so please do your best to leave “no foot print”.

There are pull outs up Morris Valley Rd just north of Eagle Point where you can view the flats.

Pretty Estates Resort has a wonderful trail and brand new observation deck that leads down to the river’s edge, which is also the very name of the restaurant on site where you may want to lunch before or after your viewing time.

If there are a large numbers of eagles they tend to spread out down the river, which means that the park and dike just below Kilby Historic Site are also excellent places to explore for roosting eagles.

This weekend Harrison River RV resort will also open its doors to allow eagle viewing from its shoreline. Happy viewing!

For more information on where and how to see the eagles from the land please visit the Preserve page.