Eagles that had been living in northern B.C., Alaska, and Yukon have started arriving for the winter.
Biologist and conservationist David Hancock runs the Hancock Wildlife Foundation and keeps a close eye on the eagle counts each year.
"They're probably going to be arriving, anywhere from a hundred to five hundred a day. By the end of this month, we hope to have five to eight thousand of them," he said.
Harrison River is higher than usual for this time of year and river levels are expected to recede in the coming days, allowing eagles easier access to feed on the returning salmon.
Crowds of people are expected to converge on the area for the Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival on Nov. 15 and 16.
Meanwhile, wintering bald eagles have started arriving in other parts of B.C. as well. Some were captured on camera by CBC readers.
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