SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – Bald eagles come to Utah in the winter to find food and escape colder conditions, so by the time February arrives, hundreds of eagles are in the state.
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources says right now is the best time of the year to see the iconic birds, which is why February has been named Bald Eagle Month in Utah.
Seeing the eagles is free and spotting scopes will be available at various locations, but if you have your own scope, or a pair of binoculars, the DWR asks you to please being them with you.
If you decided to attend any of the Bald Eagle viewing sights you are asked to dress in warm clothes and bring some waterproof boots with you.
For more information visit the Division of Wildlife Resources website by clicking here.