Causeway Crosses Lake Rose Tead

This causeway was named for a 1940s USO performer. It is now a prime spawning habitat for late-run red salmon and there is often a bald eagle convention held at the same time. Eagles show up here in droves to feast on recently dead salmon so if you hit the timing right (November-December) it's possible to see as many as 1,000 eagles in the area at the same time. The photographic opportunities are superb for eagles as well as wintering ducks and swans that gather on the lake.

Getting There

Latitude: 57.491107
Longitude: -152.453635
Driving Directions