Welcome to Hancock Wildlife Foundation

Established by DAVID HANCOCK in 2006 to broaden his at that time more than 50 years of lecturing and teaching about wildlife and conservation, especially bald eagles, to include the web, the Foundation's mandate is to use the Internet in general and live streaming wildlife video in particular to promote the conservation of wildlife and its habitats through science, education, and stewardship. In David's words, "Our first live eagle nest cams reached and taught more people in a 4 month period than I had in all my years of lectures combined. This is the way of the future." 

David Hancock

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Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival Needs New Members

Wildlife News

As a director, along with David Hancock and other directors, of the Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival I want to call your attention to the festival website's request for more helpers here:


Please read that first before reading David's response which I'm including here:

Comment:  We certainly need inspiration but we also need committed sloggers.  I can speak from afar but so much of what makes the FVBEF work is the local initiative, people down the street who can make it happen today.  With this in mind I have often wondered why our 'street', which is truly the Harrison River-Fraser Valley, the life blood of the Salmon Stronghold, the basin of the salmon carcasses, the economic heartland that it both nourishes and is dependent upon, is not more involved. 

Here I simply wonder why the communities of the valleys, the populations of Chilliwack thru Abbotsford don't generate more individuals to insure that this world class event is not more involved with their community?  So how do we get them more involved?  Can we go through the regional Naturalists?  The mushroom people? The wildflower enthusiasts?  The retired office worker, bookkeeper, store clerk?  We need just a few of your hours per year  to make the world better.  Somehow we have not stated our needs!

Go for it.  Make Jo-Anne and Sharie's phones ring!!

Thanks for your committed and continued efforts.



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Rehabilitated hawk released at Lake Delton golf course

Wildlife News20 January 2017

The door of the small animal carrier swung open, and the creature inside did not move at first.

Read More: http://www.wiscnews.com/wisconsindellsevents/news/local/article_6a6f98f4-1f9f-57bf-b5ee-5a7b7b2e9714.html
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Itís not just your imagination, crows are taking over Ottawa

Wildlife News 18 January 2017

This winter, the Citizenís Tom Spears looks at what makes our coldest season tick. Itís a series we call The Science of Winter, and today we hear from a birder about why youíre likely to see so many crows together in January.

Read More: http://ottawacitizen.com/news/local-news/crows-darken-the-ottawa-sky-in-winter
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After recovery, saw-whet owl to be local ambassador

Wildlife News18 January 2017

Mystic Ė With yellow-rimmed elfin eyes and a large speckled head crowning its small body, the as yet unnamed saw-whet owl in Maggie Jonesí care is destined for a future as a local wildlife celebrity.

Read More: http://www.theday.com/local/20170118/after-recovery-saw-whet-owl-to-be-local-ambassador
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Pileated woodpecker shows up in Dearborn after 100-year absence

Wildlife News18 January 2017

After being absent as a species from Dearborn for over 100 years, the pileated woodpecker has returned to grace the woods of Dearborn.

Read More: http://www.pressandguide.com/news/pileated-woodpecker-shows-up-in-dearborn-after--year-absence/article_15cc1500-0065-5f8b-aa47-ab5a5c89c85c.html

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