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January 06, 2016

Watching eagles from the dyke in Brackendale


The dyke seems shorter than the last time we were here. In fact, it seems to be closed at one end for some sort of redevelopment project. Can this be possible? I don't know, but it seems wrongheaded to me.




The dyke in Brackendale is a wonderful way to see the wintering eagles, and though the rafting experience we had from Sunwolf is not to be missed, there is something to be said about walking... and watching...







Disturbingly, the annual eagle count at Brackendale has dipped to a thirty-year low. Low salmon runs are considered to be the likely cause. While we saw about one hundred eagles on our river rafting trip, and several tens on our walk, there was a slight difference from our time here last year. 



And if the dyke ultimately leads to the famous Watershed Caesar... 
so much the better thought Jeem, Sherry and G. G. Blynn.   

                          
Photos by Jeem. Copyright 2016 by Jim Murray.                                                                                                                                                                                    

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