Bald eagles stop by Boundary Bay for a tasty snack | #HelloSpringCBC

Nestled south of Vancouver, B.C., sits Boundary Bay, a vital stopover for migrating and over-wintering birds. Twice a day, the tide recedes from the shore, revealing an expanse of sandy bottom … and a tasty meal.

Sea creatures get trapped in small pools by the retreating tide and attract both wildlife and humans alike. For these bald eagles, it’s a rich feeding ground to fuel up for summer. With so many looking for a tasty morsel, some squabbles can break out, but there’s plenty to go around.

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