Sea King AdventuresVictoria
Bald Eagle Habitat
Bald Eagle Habitat
Bald Eagles live near large bodies of open water such as lakes, marshes, seacoasts and rivers, where there are plenty of fish to eat and tall trees for nesting and roosting.
In Victoria the bald eagles nest in our parks or trees on private property and it is not uncommon to see a pair of eagles swooping through town in between the buildings or circling over Victoria's Inner harbour to
Bald Eagles feed primarily on fish, but also eat small animals and occasional carrion.
Here is an eagle eating a fresh caught fish with a group of crows waiting for the scraps
Bald Eagles can swim to shore with a heavy fish using their strong wings as paddles. However, it is also possible that they can drown if the fish weighs too much.
Click to see many more Bald Eagle pictures and Videos at the Bald Eagle Habitat at the Race Rocks Nature Area.
Then call (250) 381-4173 to book your tour!
Located in Downtown Victoria at Fisherman's Wharf
Great Parking Loads of things to see and do
Our email address is seaking@
The Skipper's Corner
"The Legendary Captain" Ron King, Owner Operator of Sea King Adventures, has over 35 years of experience in the beautiful waters around Victoria and Vancouver Island. He is a certified Master Skipper with The distinction of being Victoria's most knowledgeable marine naturalist and conservationist .
Since starting SeaKing Adventures in 1995 Ron boasts a perfect safety record.
Born and raised in Victoria, Captain Ron has
over 30 years of professional marine experience - including 25 years of
commercial fishing and 11 years whale watching.
In 1995, with the commercial fishery in
decline, he discovered his passion and purpose in whale watching and founded
SeaKing Adventures Inc.
Our vessel can accommodate groups of 12 comfortably and is Canadian Coast Guard inspected annually. The soft riding boat has comfy leather seats, an onboard toilet and is equipped with all the latest in GPS, radar and communications apparatus. Safety survival suits are supplied for each passenger.
Passengers can all expect a exciting, educational, safe and comfortable tour of the area whales and wildlife.