Hancock will talk about bald eagles at Burke meeting Tuesday

Tuesday, May 10 2011 @ 02:09 AM EDT

Contributed by: terrytvgal


Port Moody Nest
The Port Moody eagle’s nest as seen from the Hancock eagle cam, which was installed with the aid of Pacific Coast Terminals.
Hancock Wildlife Foundation
 By Staff Writer - The Tri-City News
Published: May 05, 2011 3:00 AM


At the next meeting of the Burke Mountain Naturalists (BMN), the guest speaker will be David Hancock, who has set up remote cameras at several bald eagle nest sites, including one in Port Moody.

 These cameras, which allow live streaming of video from the nest sites, are now watched by thousands of people across North America and much new information on the nesting habits of bald eagles and other animals has been revealed by the installation of this equipment.

 “Our first live cameras reached and taught more people in a four-month period than I had in all my years of lectures combined,” Hancock said in a BMN press release.

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