Three eaglets for last pair of bald eagles on Vancouverís industrial waterfront

LaFarge Vancouver Eagle Nest

 

 
Eaglets in the nest on the Lafarge concrete plant site are the last bald eagle nest on the industrial Burrard Inlet waterfront in Vancouver. Shipping containers are in the backround.
 

Eaglets in the nest on the Lafarge concrete plant site are the last bald eagle nest on the industrial Burrard Inlet waterfront in Vancouver. Shipping containers are in the backround.

Photograph by: Steve Bosch, Vancouver Sun

As tough and gritty as the longshoremen around them, the last pair of bald eagles nesting on Vancouver’s industrial waterfront has successfully given birth to not one, not two, but three eaglets.

And they did it despite ongoing construction of a Lafarge Canada concrete plant on the same property on which their lone cottonwood tree is located at the foot of Victoria Drive on Burrard Inlet.

“We were all a bit nervous,” Robyn Worcester, conservation program manager for the Stanley Park Ecology Society, said in an interview.

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http://www.vancouversun.com/Technology/Three+eaglets+last+pair+bald+eagles+Vancouver+industrial+waterfront/1578369/story.html


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