RAINFOREST WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, EAGLES & TOTEMS

Rainforest Wildlife Sanctuary, Eagles & Totems

RAINFOREST WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, EAGLES & TOTEMS

(5 Reviews)

Starting At:

$79.99 / Adult
$39.99 / Child

Port:Ketchikan, AK

Duration:2.75 Hours

Activity Level: Moderate

Moderate

May involve varying amounts of activity (long walks, rough terrain, basic water play. May not be recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes recommended.

No Minimum Age

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EXCURSION DETAILS

This eco-exploration includes a Guided Nature Hike, Bald Eagles, Alaskan Reindeer, Native Totem Carver and Historic Sawmill, at an exclusive reserve by the forested mountains at rustic Herring Cove.

Starting At:

$79.99 / Adult
$39.99 / Child

Port:Ketchikan, AK

Duration:2.75 Hours

Activity Level: Moderate

Moderate

May involve varying amounts of activity (long walks, rough terrain, basic water play. May not be recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes recommended.

No Minimum Age

This eco-exploration includes a guided nature hike, bald eagles, Alaskan reindeer, a native totem carver and a historic sawmill at an exclusive reserve by the forested mountains of rustic Herring Cove.  

On this beautiful excursion you will:  

  • Tour this pristine natural environment, home to eagles, black bear, seals, a variety of birds and other species attracted by the major salmon runs in the abundant marine estuary.  
  • See wildlife and photograph live eagles up close, interact with reindeer, and observe a master native totem pole carver at work.  Follow as your naturalist guides you along an improved trail through the dense forest, among tall stands of hemlock, spruce and Alaska cedar.  
  • Make stops at strategically located viewing areas.  
  • Let your guide lead you to a protected open estuary, where you follow Eagle Creek along an elevated wooden boardwalk overlooking grassy wetlands.  
  • Learn that major runs of salmon return to spawn here.  
  • Watch and listen to the symphony of bird activity in this spectacular setting.  
  • Learn that during the spawning season bears and seals feed on salmon in Eagle Creek and Great the likelihood of viewing these fascinating animals is good; bald eagles and other birds wait for scraps in the estuary.  
  • Hike the half-mile trail and at the conclusion, feed Alaskan reindeer and see a Bald Eagle and a Great Horned Owl in a private setting as an Alaska Wildlife Foundation raptor specialist explains the heritage and habitat of America’s national symbol.  
  • Be guided through the historic Herring Bay Lumber Company Sawmill, established by legendary pioneer Ben Fleenor.  
  • Observe a master native totem pole carver at work. 
  • Enjoy complimentary snacks and beverages and take advantage of the shopping opportunities in the General Store.

Note:  Wear comfortable walking shoes and warm layered clothing.  This excursion operates in all weather conditions.  Rain ponchos are provided.  Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed.

 

NOTES

  • Wear comfortable walking shoes and warm layered clothing.
  • This excursion operates in all weather conditions.  
  • Rain ponchos are provided.  
  • Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed.

     

REVIEWS (5)

This eco-exploration includes a guided nature hike, bald eagles, Alaskan reindeer, a native totem carver and a historic sawmill at an exclusive reserve by the forested mountains of rustic Herring Cove.  

On this beautiful excursion you will:  

  • Tour this pristine natural environment, home to eagles, black bear, seals, a variety of birds and other species attracted by the major salmon runs in the abundant marine estuary.  
  • See wildlife and photograph live eagles up close, interact with reindeer, and observe a master native totem pole carver at work.  Follow as your naturalist guides you along an improved trail through the dense forest, among tall stands of hemlock, spruce and Alaska cedar.  
  • Make stops at strategically located viewing areas.  
  • Let your guide lead you to a protected open estuary, where you follow Eagle Creek along an elevated wooden boardwalk overlooking grassy wetlands.  
  • Learn that major runs of salmon return to spawn here.  
  • Watch and listen to the symphony of bird activity in this spectacular setting.  
  • Learn that during the spawning season bears and seals feed on salmon in Eagle Creek and Great the likelihood of viewing these fascinating animals is good; bald eagles and other birds wait for scraps in the estuary.  
  • Hike the half-mile trail and at the conclusion, feed Alaskan reindeer and see a Bald Eagle and a Great Horned Owl in a private setting as an Alaska Wildlife Foundation raptor specialist explains the heritage and habitat of America’s national symbol.  
  • Be guided through the historic Herring Bay Lumber Company Sawmill, established by legendary pioneer Ben Fleenor.  
  • Observe a master native totem pole carver at work. 
  • Enjoy complimentary snacks and beverages and take advantage of the shopping opportunities in the General Store.

Note:  Wear comfortable walking shoes and warm layered clothing.  This excursion operates in all weather conditions.  Rain ponchos are provided.  Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed.

 

NOTES

  • Wear comfortable walking shoes and warm layered clothing.
  • This excursion operates in all weather conditions.  
  • Rain ponchos are provided.  
  • Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed.