Celebration Of Eagles - Lake Tour
August 14, 2022
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Price: $30 per person for tour; $10 to park at Pine Knot Marina
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Pine Know Marina
439 Pine Knot Avenue
Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
Event ID: 195831
Eagle sighting lake tour on the Big Bear Queen at Pine Knot Landing. 10am departure and 9:15am arrival - we are meeting in the parking lot by the docks. We will be going out on the lake to tour around the favorite feeding zones, perching places and to view the area where the Big Bear Lake Bald Eagles nest. BBLBE group admins will be on the boat assisting in help with spotting the eagles and answering questions.
You will have an opportunity to view the nest tree from the lake and also a chance to possibly see Jackie and Shadow, as well as other visiting eagles who could be soaring, perching or hunting and catching fish. We will be giving you the view from the lake of the surrounding valley and show the area that the eagles habitat is located in. You will learn about Big Bear from the lake perspective which is beautiful and educational.
The cost is $30.00 per person. Call Trish at 626-671-3400 to book your reservation. The boat capacity is 50 passengers and the tour will book up fast.
IMPORTANT NOTE: PARKING IS $10.00 per car payable at the entry gate if you park at Pine Knot Marina on weekends. There are free public parking lots in the village if you prefer to walk about five minutes from the village down to the marina.
Please plan to be at the dock at 9:15am and the boat will depart promptly at 10:00am. The tour is TWO hours and we will return to the dock at 12:00pm.
Items you may want to bring:
-Cold or hot drinks
-Sweater or light jacket as weather is ever changing in the mountains.
Photo credit: Trisha Dale Green
|This listing courtesy of
CA Watchable Wildlife
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