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Review of 2022/23 Season
Our 2022/23 season was a huge success. Some highlights this year included seeing salmon spawning along the river in December and early January, great eagle sightings throughout the winter, other wildlife sightings including great blue herons, red-tailed hawks and even a northern pygmy owl. Visiting artist Ramon Shilo added a special bonus to our season.
We had over 1,000 guests join us for our natural history walks along the Skagit River, and over 2,000 visitors stopped by our Interpretive Center. A big shout-out to all the volunteers who helped make this happen. And, of course, a big thank you to all who came to visit and those who made donations to our non-profit.
The winner of the quilt raffle was Pam Patron, of Everett, Washington. Congratulations, Pam!
For those interested, here is a link to our report outlining details about this year’s operation: 2022-23 End of Season Report
For now, I’m heading back to the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve in Haines, Alaska for another summer season with my tour company, Rainbow Glacier Adventures. Maybe I’ll see you up North!
We plan to open the Skagit River Interpretive Center next December and we hope you can join us.
– Joel Ordonez, Education Coordinator
Skagit River Beauty
Season Report 2021-22
Last season’s report is available to view now: Season Report 2021-22.
The Skagit River Bald Eagle Awareness Team (SRBEAT) is the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that operates the Interpretive Center.
The Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center at Howard Miller Steelhead Park, Rockport, WA offers opportunities to better understand the Skagit River ecosystem with an emphasis on the winter migration of bald eagles, salmon, and the vital role each play in our environment. Each weekend in December and January we offer Guided Nature Hikes along the scenic Skagit River and a Speaker Series. Our educational programs include a K-12 & Home School Program and Community Group Tours.
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