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She says volunteers don't need to be eagle-eyed to come along, as counting the birds is "pretty straightforward," although some of the routes are more rugged than others."Some are accessed by cross-country skiing and snowshoeing up the Squamish Valley [because] they're impeded by snow," said Isnardy.Over 60 vintage railway cars and locomotives are displayed in a setting of unmatched natural beauty and many are open to be toured.There are cabooses, snowplows, steam, diesel and electric locomotives, cranes and representatives of nearly every car in use on railways up to the mid 1950’s.The Squamish Environment Society is seeking volunteers to help conduct the 32nd annual bald eagle count in B. Vanessa Isnardy, the society's volunteer coordinator, says the Brackendale Winter Eagle Count — which takes place on Sunday, Jan.

The purpose of the review is to determine priority projects, and to ensure that the proper foundation is put into place to ensure the success of these projects.Some projects are currently on hold, pending the outcome of this review.In terms of determining priorities for development projects, one of the most critical foundational issues is the negotiation of acceptable Service Agreements to support these projects.A lot of things can affect the number of eagles that show up, such as weather or storms, Isnardy says. Because eagles are heavily reliant on salmon for food, she says eagle numbers are a good indicator of how salmon are doing."If the salmon populations aren't doing well then the eagles aren't going to do well," she said.

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