A celebration of the Salmon,
the Eagles, and the Sturgeon
The Season of the Wild is a tribute to its predecessor the Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival. The Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival promoted and practiced safe bald eagle viewing for 25+ years. While the Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival is no longer operating, their hard work and spirit lives on as we begin to bring back this event as a month long self-guided experience.
The Season of the Wild tells the story of the salmon, sturgeon, and the eagles here in the Harrison River Valley. Every year, the salmon swim up the Harrison River and come to rest in our tributaries to lay their eggs. The spawning season typically begins mid October, with prime viewing October through early November. This event, along the cooling temperatures in the North, contribute to the large gathering of the Bald Eagles seen here in October – January; with the peak eagle viewing in November.
Inspire your journey to the wild with our multi-day itinerary
PROTECT THE WILD
DISCOVER THE WILD
Explore the self-guided Season of the Wild and participate in our various events and happenings throughout the Season.
Together in the Wild
We see our region through the construct of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Come as you are, let’s be together in the wild.