Time to learn about eagles

Eagle Point residents encouraged to become interpreters

Residents of the Eagle Point area community in Harrison Mills are being invited to learn more about eagles and salmon, so they in turn can teach others.

A training session is being organized that will teach residents how to be interpreters, just in time for the annual Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival, November 19 and 20.

The four-hour session will be led by Gord Gadsden from the Fraser Valley Regional District  and Mark Johnson from Community Adviser Fisheries and Oceans, regarding eagles and salmon in the area.

This session is planned for a morning or afternoon in the last two weeks of October, a date will be determined by those who sign up to volunteer.

For more information, phone Tom at 604-796-0876 or email hrtminer@telus.net.

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