Our Bald Eagle Viewing Kayak Tour is offered only during the months of May and June when the abundance of eagles is greatest. Up close encounters with eagles is common as they swoop down to catch fish just feet from your kayak or as they turn over rocks looking for intertidal marine life on the beach. Don't forget to bring your camera to capture this unique wildlife experience. Our protected waters of the Hood Canal make this tour easy for all ages. Single and tandem kayaks are available and most tours are private but depend on demand.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Olympic Peninsula, WashingtonDuring the months of May and June, American Bald Eagles congregate on the shores of the Hood Canal to take advantage of the abundant food resources of springtime low tides and sculpin spawning in the intertidal gravel. On this kayaking tour you will leisurely paddle along the shoreline viewing a staggering amount of bald eagles while a Biologist or Naturalist Guide teaches you about the biology of the species and the environment in which they depend. This tour is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels.Duration: 3 hours