If you are a nature nut, you have probably seen video of Eagles sweeping down to the surface of a lake and grabbing a fish and swooping off with it. Josh Mills tells us where we can see this live. "The Kokanee have been spawning quite a bit and have drawn quite a few eagles away from Lake Coeur d"Alene. I don't call myself the biggest birdwatcher in the world but there is something special about a gigantic bald Eagle no matter where you see them. It is tailing towards the end of it but this week it has reached its peak and I think 215 bald eagles. If you want to see a congregation of more bald eagles than you ever have seen then go to Lake Coeur d"Alene on the east end in Wolf Lodge Bay if you come out on the road that goes to Harrison, there will be over 200 bald eagles in the trees swooping down and taking Kokanee right out of the water in front of you because it is the spawning time for these fish so they all congregate as land locked salmon and it is a massive food source for the Eagles. You will see people with gigantic cameras taking pictures. You will see adults and juveniles, the juveniles looking more like hocks until they get their adult colors. It will go for another week or two and taper off as the Kokanee spawn.