TERF16 (formerly TEUS03)

TERF16 was originally tagged as TEUS03 on January 8, 2019, after spending about 6 weeks at the OWL (Orphaned Wildlife) Rehabilitation Society facility in Delta, BC, recovering from wounds from another female (TERF03).  We followed her travels around the greater Surrey/Delta area until July 24, 2019, when she perhaps started North – and her tracker stopped sending data.  Fast forward to fall 2021, when two female eagles were brought to OWL to be checked out after being in a fight – and one of them had the non-functioning tracker TEUS03!  She was released November 5, 2021, and this page is for her recent travels.  The map of her travels from 2019 is here – we’re making her new adventures a separate map because she was very busy in 2019 so the lines are quite dense.

Please visit our Hancock Wildlife Forum thread for more information about what TERF16/TEUS03 has been doing.

Thanks to Myles Lamont and the folks at OWL for the photo of TERF16 in 2021.

Updates

 

bald eagle TERF16 at OWL Rehab by Myles Lamont
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Meet (and adopt!) the Eagles we are currently tracking:

BETA04

BETA04

BETA04 is a very special eagle to many of us because we watched her grow up on the Surrey Reserve ...
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BACA02

BACA02

BACA02 is an adult male captured on February 11, 2018, at the Vancouver Landfill in Delta, BC, about 20kms east ...
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BACA03

BACA03

BACA03 was originally banded in 2009; he fell from his nest in June of that year and was hand reared ...
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BETA03

BETA03

BETA03 was tagged and banded on November 26, 2020, at the Vancouver Landfill in Delta, BC. He appeared to be ...
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TERF02

TERF02

TERF02 was tagged and banded on December 12, 2018, at the Vancouver Landfill in Delta, BC. He appeared to be ...
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TERF06

TERF06

TERF06 was tagged and banded on November 29, 2020, at the Vancouver Landfill in Delta, BC. She appeared to be ...
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TERF07

TERF07

TERF07 was tagged and banded on December 12, 2020, at the Vancouver Landfill in Delta, BC. She appears to be ...
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TERF08

TERF08

TERF08 was tagged and banded on December 6, 2020, at the Vancouver Landfill in Delta, BC.  He appeared to be ...
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Eagle TERF09 at OWL 2021-01-15 by Myles Lamont

TERF09

TERF09 is a mature male eagle who arrived at OWL - the Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society in Delta BC - ...
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TERF10

TERF10

TERF10 is a juvenile who hatched in 2021 in a nest in Parksville on Vancouver Island.  We are hoping to ...
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Mike Seear with rescued eaglet TERF11

TERF11

TERF11 is a nestling who fell from his/her nest in Vanier Park in Vancouver, BC; he was rescued on June ...
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TERF12

TERF12

TERF12 fledged from his nest on Hastings Street in Vancouver, BC, (near the Pacific Northwest Exhibition) and subsequently crashed into ...
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Fledgling eagle TERF13

TERF13

TERF13 and TERF14 were both rescued as eaglets from thick vegetation after their nest near the Boundary Bay Airport fell ...
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fledging eagle TERF14

TERF14

TERF13 and TERF14 were both rescued as eaglets from thick vegetation after their nest near the Boundary Bay Airport fell ...
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Boundary Bay siblings Pixel and Jpeg, courtesy of Alain-Pierre Hovasse

TERF13+TERF14

TERF13 ("Pixel") and TERF14 ("Jpeg") were both rescued as eaglets from thick vegetation after their nest near the Boundary Bay ...
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Photo of TERF15 by Myles Lamont

TERF15

TERF15 was tagged and banded on August 18, 2021, at the OWL (Orphaned Wildlife) Rehabilitation Society facility in Delta, BC ...
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Photo of TERF16 at OWL by Myles Lamont, November 5 2021

TERF16

TERF16 was originally tagged as TEUS03 on January 8, 2019, after spending about 6 weeks at the OWL (Orphaned Wildlife) ...
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Photo of TERF17 at OWL by Myles Lamont, November 5, 2021

TERF17

TERF17 is a young female adult eagle who was tagged November 5, 2021, at the OWL (Orphaned Wildlife) Rehabilitation Society ...
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