TERF13 (“Pixel”) and TERF14 (“Jpeg”) were both rescued as eaglets from thick vegetation after their nest near the Boundary Bay Airport fell down and were taken to the OWL (Orphaned Wildlife) Rehabilitation Society facility in Delta, BC, on June 1st, 2021. They were banded on August 4, 2021, and released on August 6. We have more information about each of them on their individual pages, but this is the first time we’ve been able to follow two eaglets from the same nest, so we’re also posting a combination map.
Photos of Pixel and Jpeg are thanks to Alain-Pierre Hovasse; there is a larger picture of each on their individual pages.
Update: As of January 10, 2023, it’s been a year since we’ve received any data from TERF14/Jpeg’s tracker; we’ve removed TERF14 from the large map of active eagles, but are keeping this one up to show how different their paths were during their first year and a half. Trackers do fail, so we are hoping that Jpeg is still out there somewhere, enjoying life as an eagle.
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