Hancock here: The following article by Anne Murray on the "Rewilding of Vancouver" is a fascinating read and perspective. It leads to all sorts of wonderful suggestions. As many of you know I earlier defined Vancouver, BC as the Bald Eagle Breeding Capital of the World. Then within the regional area, the Greater Vancouver District that includes the lower Fraser River sits the Chehalis/Harrison River Bald Eagle & Salmon Reserve, where the greatest concentrations of bald eagles in the world have been counted.
Vancouver's Mayor, Gregor Robertson, a leader in greening cities in the world, needs to build upon this incredible link to the "wilding". Eagles could symbolically lead the way in Vancouver. Please read Anne's article: