Magnificent eagles follow the wind’s icy song to catch one of Alaska’s last salmon runs. A thermal phenomenon keeps an unfrozen stretch of the Chilkat River, near Haines, Alaska, open in the late fall and winter. It's nature’s gift to congregating eagles, who gather for a feast. It’s a gift to nature photographers and outdoor adventure families, who love to photograph eagles. Just double click on the image to pop over to a travel article with more info and helpful links, too!