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How many eagles can you count in this Squamish tree?

How many eagles can you count in this Squamish tree?

Eagles galore captured by photographer Brian Aikens in this Squamish tree.
Watch: Photographer captures paraglider above Squamish

Watch: Photographer captures paraglider above Squamish

See the video Cliff Jennings took of a paraglider floating high above Squamish.
Photos: Two Squamish eagles lock in mid-air, fighting over a salmon head

Photos: Two Squamish eagles lock in mid-air, fighting over a salmon head

Squamish photographer Brian Aikens spotted these two eagles fighting over a salmon head near a local river. The salmon ended up falling into the water, so there was no winner.
Whistler Sliding Centre offering public luge sessions for youth

Whistler Sliding Centre offering public luge sessions for youth

Kids aged 8-14 can try an Olympic sport beginning Nov. 19
The eagles have landed in Squamish

The eagles have landed in Squamish

Photos and tips on when and where best to see local eagles in 2022/2022.
See these salmon return to Squamish to spawn

See these salmon return to Squamish to spawn

The recent rains have brought the river levels up, and the salmon (Chum) are filling the local spawning channels.
Squamish gravel riding showcased through film at VIMFF

Squamish gravel riding showcased through film at VIMFF

The film, ‘Repurposed,’ highlights how gravel riders use unpaved roads around B.C. to explore.
See: Squamish Environment Society volunteers retrieve purple martin nest box camera footage

See: Squamish Environment Society volunteers retrieve purple martin nest box camera footage

The team took notes and photographs and also bagged some of the items inside the boxes — including leftover eggs, leaves and sticks, and even lingering feces.
Opinion: Stairway to history in Squamish

Opinion: Stairway to history in Squamish

Volunteers build new stairs at Malamute, an area with a history of local climbing advocacy and access. 
Diving free: A Q&A with a Squamish freediver

Diving free: A Q&A with a Squamish freediver

Luca Malaguti professionally freedives and teaches others in the Sea to Sky how to explore under the water's surface.
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