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Bird watching, birding and bird photography is ideal at Eagle Bear Lodge. With over 22 acres of trails to explore, and at an elevation of 4200 feet, we attract over 200+ bird species and have a high volume of bird activity. Our trails are located along Eagle Lake, BC one of the warmest lakes in British Columbia where many bird species migrate throughout the year.  We have dedicated perches and feeders ideal for birding and photography including a special location for hummingbirds. 


Join a one day BIRDING OR BIRD PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP with David Hemmings or one of our guides and be taken to some of best locations for birding and bird photography in the northern BC region.  ($ extra)

BIRDING TOUR:  Join us for a guided birding experience to seek out some of the most beautiful birds in the area. From one of only 2 pairs of  nesting arctic terns on Eagle Lake to sandhill cranes, yellow- rumped warblers, flickers, hummingbirds, to lesser scaups and barrow's goldeneye ducks swimming about to the very beautiful blue birds. 


Check out our bird list.  These are just a few. Breeding Birds at Eagle Bear Lodge and on Eagle Lake, BC and nearby. Migrant
** Breeding at Eagle Bear Lodge, *Breeding Nearby
American Crow*
American Pipit+
American Wigeon+
American White Pelican
American Robin**

Anna's Hummingbird + winter
Arctic Tern**
Barn Swallow**
Bald Eagle**
Barrow's Goldeneye**
Black-capped Chickadee**
Black-bellied Plover+
Blue Jay
Bonapart Gull*
Brown Cowbird
Brewer’s Blackbird
Canada Goose**
Cassin's Vireo*
Caspian Tern
Cedar Waxwing*
Cliff Swallow**
Chipping Sparrow**
Common Crow
Common Loon**
Common Nighthawk
Gray Jay
Common Raven*
Common Merganser**
Cooper’s Hawk
Dark-eyed Junko**
Downy Woodpecker
Dusky Flycatcher**
Eurasian Collared Dove
Eastern Kingbird
Evening Grosbeak
Great Blue Heron
Greater Yellowlegs+
Golden-crown Kinglet
Golden-crowned Sparrow

Golden Eagle

Great Grey Owl
Harrier Hawk
Hairy Woodpecker**
Hermit Thrush**
Horned Lark+
Herring Gull**
Hooded Merganser+
Horned Grebe+
House Finch –orange variant
Indigo Bunting
Least Sandpiper
Lesser Scaup
Lincoln Sparrow*
Mountain Chickadee**
Mourning Dove
Mountain Bluebird**
Northern Flicker**
Northern Goshawk
Northern Pintail+
Northern Shoveler
Northern Shrike+
Orange-crowned Warbler**

Snowy Owl
Pileated Woodpecker**
Pine Siskin
Purple Finch**
Red-breasted Nuthatch**
Red-napped Sapsucker**
Red-tailed Hawk
Ringed-billed Gull
Rufous Hummingbird**
Ruffed Grouse**
Swainson’s Thrush
Red-winged Blackbird
Red-eyed Vireo
Red-necked Grebe
Ruby-crowned Kinglet**
Sharp-shinned Hawk
Savannah Sparrow**
Sandhill Crane*
Semi-palmated Plover**
Semi-palmated Sandpiper
Sora Rail
Song Sparrow
Spruce Grouse*
Spotted Sandpiper**
Surf Scoter+
Swainson’s Thrush*
Three-toed Woodpecker
Tree Swallow**
Townsend’s Solitaire*
Trumpeter Swan+
Varied Thrush
Vesper Sparrow**
Warbling Vireo**
Western Wood-Pewee
Western Tanager*
White-Crowned Sparrow**
White-winged Crossbill
Wilson’s Warbler*
Yellow-rumped Warbler**
Yellow Warbler*

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