Axed eagle's nest rebuilt by B.C. residents

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Here's an interesting update on the eagles whose nest tree was removed.  David Hancock has stepped into situations like this in the past so this is nothing new but it's great to see other concerned eagle lovers doing it.

 

Bald eagles mate for life and generally return to the same group of nests year after year. Bald eagles mate for life and generally return to the same group of nests year after year. (istock)

Posted: Jul 4, 2012 9:38 AM PT

Last Updated: Jul 4, 2012 12:14 PM PT

Bald eagles mate for life and generally return to the same group of nests year after year.
<h4>A pair of bald eagles is resting safely in their new nest after some  Vancouver Island residents scrambled to build them a new home when their  old tree was chopped down.</h4>
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<p>Residents of Campbell River's Galerno Road were outraged and  devastated in February when an eagle nest tree was cut down by a  property owner.</p>
<p id=Janis and Jim MacDougall said it was heartbreaking to watch as the displaced eagles tried without success to quickly build a new nest and became desperate to help.

 

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