Twilight Eagle Sanctuary

3.631 Votes
  • Address: E Columbia River Hwy, Astoria, OR 97103, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-5033259306
  • Tags: Wildlife Sanctuary , Family And Kids

Twilight Eagle Sanctuary is a wildlife refuge where you can spot animals in their natural habitat and click lots of photographs from the picturesque spot. The surroundings are lush green and peaceful. You will be able to relax in this quiet atmosphere and if you are driving down to Astoria, stopping here for some time and admiring nature will be very rejuvenating. You can view the local mudflats, tidal marshes, open water and islands when you stop at Twilight Eagle Sanctuary.

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  • Twilight Eagle Sanctuary Address: E Columbia River Hwy, Astoria, OR 97103, USA, United States
  • Twilight Eagle Sanctuary Contact Number: +1-5033259306
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  • Very pool private we were really excited to see such beautiful things and u can be alone there I and my boyfriend were their for a few hours. Fun

  • Nice and peaceful, if your lucky you'll see a few eagles flying around.

  • When weather permits this is actually a great place to view local wildlife. Due to the conditions of the road however I can only give it 3 stars. Parts are right next to the waters edge so I wouldn't advise traveling here with heavy rain warnings or right after intense storms.

  • Wildlife photographer here, didn’t see any eagles.

  • I had drove by this place going to and coming from work. Finally took time and did a one-day road trip with a friend. Stopped to check this out and was a little dismayed...just a small pullout on the side of the road and a small observation deck overlooking the Columbia River. The sign said 'sanctuary'...I was expecting an Aviary I guess where they took in injured Eagles and then returned them to the wild after recovery.

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