Dei Shu

Haines Alaska Valley of the Eagles

Haines, Alaska, is known as The Valley of the Eagles. This is due to the large annual influx of bald eagles that descend on this location every November. Located at the northern end of North America’s longest and deepest glacial fjord, the Lynn Canal. Haines sits on a peninsular between the Chilkoot and Chilkat Rivers.  The Chilkat (Tlingit) Indians called the area Dei Shu, which means End of the Trail.  About Haines, Alaska is a small town of 53.6 sq. […]

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