|Juvenile Eagle in a tree overlooking the Somenos Marsh - Photo by Marcie Callewaert|
|Juvenile Eagle atop a tree at the lower grounds- Photo by Marcie Callewaert|
|Adult Eagle parent of the three eaglets - Photo by Marcie Callewaert|
Eaglets are larger than their parents for a while as they rapidly shoot up. They are like humans though, and shrink a little as they age! They will not reach maturity, and grow in their signature white heads and tails, until 5 or 6 years of age.
Stop by the BCFDC for a steam train ride and trip back in history in our reconstructed logging camp, and maybe you will glimpse one of nature's most majestic creatures soaring through the sky!