Every winter, hundreds of bald eagles descend on this area in search of food. You should be able to see them in impressive numbers if you visit, roosting in trees, fishing in the river or swooping through the sky. Remember to take binoculars.
Eagles are wild creatures, and their visit is a natural phenomenon, so numbers vary with the conditions. If the fishing is poor for some reason, then the eagles may not be there in the same numbers as they are in better years, but you'd be unlucky not to see some of them at least.
One tip, if they're thin on the ground, consider a visit to the town dump where they like to forage when times are hard.
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