The Lower Mainland of BC, or better known as Greater Vancouver, is the Bald Eagle Capitol of the World. White Rock is part of that great re-conquering of the area by its greatest avian predator - the bald eagle. Additionally White Rock sits between the two greatest natural areas of eagle habitat, the intertidal flats of Boundary Bay and Semiahmoo Bay. If our City by the Sea had not gone through such a "scorched tree policy" these past years, many more pairs of eagles would be nesting in our City. As it is, exclusive of the First Nations property, I only know of one actual pair nesting in the city area and that is near our western border.