There are about three rivers that makes up the Eagle River area, located in the state of Alaska. The first one flows down on a northwesterly direction to the Eagle glacier and then finally to the Eagle bay. Other two rivers flow down to Favorite channel from a different base of Eagle glacier. One of the two rises from Eagle lake and flows down to the Eagle Bay. The area is sparsel populated with little reach of modern advancement. Most of the local inhabitants, who live beside the river, are primarily engaged in fishing and other related activities.