French Creek Estuary Nest Information
French Creek Estuary Land is an incredibly diverse and rich habitat supporting 180 species of birds, 6o species of waterfowl, salmon, river otters, beaver and much other wildlife – and it could become the first Eagle Preserve on Vancouver Island! A pair of bald eagles had been nesting at the French Creek Marina, but that tree was found to be unsafe in a public place. Happily, Hancock Wildlife Foundation was able to build a replacement nest (funded by property owners French Creek House Ltd.) – and the owners generously offered to fund the installation of a webcam, so we’ll be able to see the eagles explore their new home.
As of October 19, the nest is in place, and we’re hoping to have the cam streaming soon.
French Creek Estuary Eagle Cam
We are trying a different way of streaming the cam, so you may see two of the same cam here for a day or two; we’ll return David Hancock’s video about building the nest when we’re done.
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Thanks to French Creek House Ltd. for funding the installation of this webcam.
Thanks to Shaw Cable Nanaimo for supporting the outbound bandwidth.
2021 Nesting Season – September 2020 – August 2021
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Note, the map is for reference only; the exact location is not public to avoid any potential disruptions in the lives of the eagles and those living near them. Thanks!
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