Since it began in 1990, Bald Eagle Day has become one of Utah's most popular wildlife viewing events.
Dead carp are a favorite food of bald eagles. Most years, the Division of Wildlife Resources bring dead carp from Utah Lake and deposit the fish near the viewing areas. They aren't going to do that this year, because they don't want to encourage the birds to congregate after several died after contracting West Nile Virus earlier this winter.
Still, there should be plenty of eagles to see at most of the state's Bald Eagle Day viewing sites.
For a list of the sites, and other instructions, please call (801) 2009-5326 or visit: Bald Eagle Day.