Boundary Bay Airport has trees chopped in name of safety

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Boundary Bay Airport has several felled in an effort to reduce hazards posed to aircraft by wildlife


Trees, one of which included an eagle nest, were cut down near Boundary Bay Airport to improve aviation safety.

Photograph by: Chung Chow, Delta Optimist

Several trees were recently removed from land around Boundary Bay Airport in order to ensure the safety of both birds and planes.

The Optimist received several calls last week from people upset the airport had removed the trees, which had seen some eagle activity in the last year.

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