Northeast of Petropavlovsk, on the eastern side of the Kamchatka Peninsula, is the mighty Zhupanova River. Strewn with ever changing shallows and sand bars, the 160-kilometer (100-mile) long river is used year-round by rainbow trout. Anglers are attracted by the pink, cherry, coho, dog and red salmon, as well as Arctic and white-spotted char. At the mouth of the river is a fish processing factory that is busy with local salmon during the summer season. Kamchatka brown bears also like salmon and there is a high chance of spotting a Steller’s Sea-Eagle fishing the river. Other birds seen here are Pacific Divers, Far Eastern Curlew, Aleutian Tern, Pacific Golden Plover, Common Greenshank, Common Sandpiper, Black-headed Gull and Yellow Wagtail.