Birding and Wildlife Viewing
Northern BC is a vast land of rugged, nearly untouched wilderness with boundless opportunities to marvel at the birds, wildlife and the views. Bring your binoculars, spotting scopes and cameras to view some of the animals that call this area home, and the many bird species that breed, migrate or stay in the region.
It's here that one of North America's largest eagle populations resides, along with several other distinctive species.
In our river valleys and mountain ranges it's quite common to glimpse black bears, grizzly bears, moose, mountain goats, wolves, lynx and bald eagles. Between mid-July and September, grizzly and black bears and even wolves are drawn to the Morice River and its tributaries to feed on spawning salmon. Early morning and evening are usually considered good viewing times