The count includes only eagles that are actually seen by experienced personnel and includes those seen in areas inaccessible to the general public. During the peak viewing season, mid-December to late January, you might be able to see as many as 100 eagles from Highway 20.
Many thanks to the US Forest Service for providing the Eagle Counts posted on this page.
Newhalem to Marblemount counts taken by North Cascades National Park staff; Marblemount to Rockport and Rockport to Sedro-Woolley counts taken by Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest staff.
|EAGLE SURVEY RESULTS FROM SEDRO-WOOLLEY TO NEWHALEM|
|Dec. 1-7||Dec. 8-14||Dec. 15-21||Dec. 22-29||Dec. 29-31||Jan. 1-7||Jan. 8-14||Jan. 15-21||Jan. 22-29||Jan. 29-31|
|Bold = high count for that season|
|#/# = week with two counts; blank = no count|
|The fourth count of the month on the 29th is recorded in the 22-29 column, the 5th count of the month on the 29th is in the 29-31 column|