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The rainy maritime climate of southeast Alaska meets the drier continental climate of interior Alaska and Canada at Haines, resulting in warmer and drier conditions during summer than most southeast Alaska communities. The area sports not only the hemlock and spruce forests of the Alaska's Inside Passage rain forest but also pines, birch, cottonwood and other deciduous trees prevalent in the interior. Wild berries abound, drawing 120 species of birds, foremost among them the American bald eagle. Haines has the world's largest congregation of bald eagles each fall. About 3,500 eagles congregate along the Chilkat River in the Valley of the Eagles. Click here to see the full Haines travel guide on Travel42 »
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