Eagle tree cut down deemed a danger

Wildlife News


Coast Reporter Sechelt BC  MARCH 3, 2013 

Christine Wood/Staff Writer
 

Some members of the public are upset at the cutting of a tree that once held a bald eagle’s nest on Silverstone Lane in Sechelt, but the tree was deemed a danger, according to the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations. “We were provided a report from a certified arbourist describing the risk of tree failure,” Chris Gudgeon, spokesperson for the Ministry, told Coast Reporter this week.

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