Eagle tree cutting raises concerns with Vancouver neighbours

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Homeowner has permits to cut four large trees

CBC News Posted: May 02, 2014 5:52 AM PT Last Updated: May 02, 2014 5:52 AM PTA stump is all that remains of a Douglas Fir on a Point Grey property where the homeowner has city permits to remove four of the big trees. Some neighbours say the trees are used by eagles in the area.

A stump is all that remains of a Douglas Fir on a Point Grey property where the homeowner has city permits to remove four of the big trees. Some neighbours say the trees are used by eagles in the area. (CBC)

Several large trees including two massive Douglas firs have been cut down this week to make way for a new home on a Point Grey property — trees some neighbours say provide local eagles a place to call home.

However, the company cutting them down and others who live in the area say that at more than 30 metres tall, the trees are a hazard.

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http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/eagle-tree-cutting-raises-concerns-with-vancouver-neighbours-1.2629272

 

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