Yes we have Bald Eagles in our area and the best season for viewing is Winter. We have resident Bald Eagles, but this time of year Bald Eagles are flying thousands of miles from the North. They fly away from water sources that freeze over to the south following waterfowl on the pathway to Pardee and Camanche Reservoirs where these lakes offer good food sources and limited human interaction.
Places to view them are:
New Hogan Lake- 2713 Hogan Dam Road, Valley Springs, CA, 95252
209-772-1343 US Army Corp of Engineers managed, Calaveras Visitors
Lake Camanche- 1700 Wade Lane, Valley Springs, CA, 95252,
Pardee Lake Recreation Area, 4900 Stony Creek Road, Ione, CA, 95640
Get out there and enjoy the beauty of nature that surrounds us!
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