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Eagle Survives Tangle with Tree

Conservation & Preservation
Eagle survives tangle with tree
James Weldon, North Shore NewsPublished: Wednesday, February 11, 2009

A bald eagle is recovering in an avian rehabilitation centre after being rescued from the top of a tree with the help of North Vancouver firefighters.

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What will happen to eagles?

Wildlife News

Council to consider emergency ordinance extending feedings

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People near, far honor Eagle Lady Jean Keene

Wildlife News

Jean Keene spoke of her love of eagles in her home last November. She past away a week ago
Jean Keene used to receive letters from children around the country wanting to know more about eagles, and she answered each one by hand.
Longtime friend Deb Leib recalled Keene taking her morning coffee at Land’s End Resort and hefting packets of school letters to go over and respond to.
“She didn’t just feed the eagles, she knew everything about them,” she said.
“Every morning she would be here having coffee and reading the paper. When she had letters, she answered every one of them by hand,” Lieb said. “She was her own woman. She had her values and her thoughts, and she persevered through whatever, the controversy with the eagles for one thing, and with the rest of her life.”
Keene, 85, died Tuesday night after a respiratory ailment, with friends around her. A home health care nurse who came in each day had told Keene she would be more comfortable at the hospital.

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Laura Murphy's Conservation Video

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Laura Murphy and partner present their Student Project on Conservtion

When they were students in  the BCIT  videography program they produced this very fine and heartfelt view of our world.  Now they own Angus Productions and make all sort of commercial videos.

I want to present it to you here.  Laura's Video

Laura and her partner also produced the interviews for us on the:

     Campbell River Bald Eagle Festival

     The Doug Carrick Interview

     The Chehalis River Hatchery CAM Installation

     and my talk at Campbell River Bald Eagle Festival

Thanks to BCIT and Laura.

David Hancock




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David Hancock Lecture at Campbell River

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David Hancock Talk at the Campbell River Bald Eagle Festival:  Feb/2008

While I seem to give 40+ talks a year they are seldom recorded.  At the Campbell River Festival I had the good fortune to have videographer Laura Murphy, a BCIT student, on hand and willing.  So here is the video BUT without my fine collection of visuals cut in.  What you get is my talk with only the Power Point images in the background.

Perhaps someone will teach me how to insert the Power Point images into this video.

David's talking schedule is posted on our Calendar so ably maintained by Terry  -- when you send her other items to be listed.

My speaking topics and how to contact me are at:   David Hancock TALKS



David Hancock




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