Vancouver Island eagles struggle with parenthood

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Two eagle chicks, believed to be the first in B.C. to hatch in captivity, share a meal at the Raptor Centre near Duncan after their squabbling parents separated
 

Two eagle chicks, believed to be the first in B.C. to hatch in captivity, share a meal at the Raptor Centre near Duncan after their squabbling parents separated

Photograph by: Raptor Centre , ...

 

Story by Judith Lavoie, Victoria Times Colonist

New babies can be super-tough on a relationship.

Just ask Hank and Shaya, who are now spending time apart, leaving Hank struggling with the role of single dad.

The two bald eagles lived happily together for two years at The Raptors, a raptor education centre in North Cowichan.

Then came two eggs and, to the delight of staff, two chicks hatched about one month ago.

 

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