Offspring’s future at risk following the death of their mother
By Larry Pynn, Vancouver SunJune 16, 2015 8:58 PM
VANCOUVER -- A pair of bald eagles defied the odds for years, successfully nesting in a lone spindly cottonwood tree on the Lafarge industrial site on Commissioner Street on Vancouver’s bustling waterfront.
When Lafarge, the multinational cement giant, built a new nest atop a 20-metre-high wooden pole in 2009, the eagles used it for perching but continued nesting in the familiar cottonwood along Burrard Inlet.
Read the rest of the story and see David Hancock's interview regarding the electrocution of our beloved 'Ma Lafarge' here: