Into the Wild: Eagle Watching at Squamish’s Sunwolf Centre

Video: Join a Vancouver mother and daughter as they head to Squamish to reconnect with friends and search for bald eagles

As Vancouver mother and daughter Lara and Zoe go eagle watching in Squamish, Lara anticipates the day her daughter, too, will spread her wings

Into the World SunWolf Centre

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Video Synopsis

With only a short trip from the city you can leave behind the rat race and enter the world of the bald eagle.

From mid-November to February, thousands of bald eagles feast on dying chum salmon on the banks of the Squamish and Cheakamus rivers.

Lara and her family gather up their friends for a raft down the river with the Sunwolf Outdoor Centre and end the day with a BBQ in the woods to watch these majestic birds as they warm their hot chocolate and burn their hotdogs.

Want to see more adventures with Lara and Zoe? Check out their Journey to Vietnam.

Lara is the co-founder of Randomlink Interactive Inc. She is equally at home in front of the camera and on the road. As a child, she acted in a weekly television series, and regularly accompanied her tour host/organizer mother on international travels. Travel is in her blood, and Hit the Road builds on her previous travels with her daughter Zoe – including three months they spent travelling together across Africa when Zoe was six years old. Hit the Road has been up for two Webbies with previous episodes, “The Lost Cowgirl” and “Fishing for Time.”