Bald Eagles are starting to become regular visitors to the Los Vaqueros Watershed. For the last several years, they've been seen between the months of December and March.
Watershed Resource Specialist Bill Chilson said the majestic eagles are known to winter within the 20,000-acre watershed, and are often found near the West Fork of Kellogg Creek (north of the Marina) where the scraggy trees in the water give the eagles an excellent perch to find food.
"They're not very good hunters," he said. "They'll eat just about anything, but most of their diet consists of dead fish," he added.