Appeal for eagle habitat

Wildlife News


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By Peace Arch News
Published: May 13, 2013 03:00 PM
Updated: May 13, 2013 03:223 PM

 

A White Rock woman concerned that hillside trees popular with local eagles are in danger is hoping to convince city officials and the owner of a redevelopment site to “think outside the box.”

Sandy McNamee was to voice her concerns in a delegation to council this week, in the hopes of saving five mature Douglas firs – one that stands on the lot in question and four on city land abutting the property at 15265 Victoria Ave. – that would be irreparably damaged by excavation.

“This is eagle habitat,” said McNamee. “They soar right here.”

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