Established by DAVID HANCOCK in 2006 to broaden his at that time more than 60 years of lecturing and teaching about wildlife and conservation, especially bald eagles, to include the web, the Foundation’s mandate is to use the Internet in general and live streaming wildlife video in particular to promote the conservation of wildlife and its habitats through science, education, and stewardship. In David’s words, “Our first live eagle nest cams reached and taught more people in a 4 month period than I had in all my years of lectures combined. This is the way of the future.”

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Streaming Cams

Our Mission

The mission of the Hancock Wildlife Foundation is to promote the conservation of wildlife and its habitats through science, education, and stewardship.


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Our Projects

The Hancock Wildlife Foundation currently has numerous open projects that are helping to revitalize birds both in our own area and world wide. See what we have been up to on Our Projects page.


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Hancock Wildlife relies heavily on donations from our viewers. Find out how you can help keep our cams alive and running for years to come.


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Latest News

David Hancock Interview
Eagle Biologist David Hancock was interviewed by Christian Sasse on Sassephoto YouTube channel last Friday June 1st 2018. They had an interaction with the public on the polemic topic about trapping  eagles and put a transmitter on them for studies. David Hancock, who is working on such project answered questions & concerns on the topic ...
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Harrison Mills Egg Pips!
Wonderful to see that the banded lady at Harrison Mills is still fertile. Since we know she is at least 23 years old, perhaps 35 or more, I was beginning to wonder if she had past her prime. This year, while a lot of people think that everything biological was late due to our cold winter-spring, the opposite is the case with our nesting eagles. I have seen precisely the opposite for our nesting eagles. We have had eggs in the first full week of February, about two weeks earlier than I had seen before. This makes the spread between ...
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White Rock Nest Thoughts
Hancock here: Some thoughts on the White Rock Pair & Territory as of May 12, 2018 At this point it is likely that the WR nest is going to be unproductive. The male does not seem to have acquired a full-time mate. During this spring I have been alarmed about the nesting activities of a possibly a new pair just to the north of the WR nest. The nesting activity, confirmed by a couple of local residents, consisted of two adults regularly sitting on the trees to the north of the WR nest at the foot of 21A Avenue. This ...
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OWL Open House video
Recent open house at OWL, May 5 & 6, 2018 Check out the Hancock Wildlife forum for pictures of the annual event at Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society in Delta, BC. A beautiful video was made by Tyler Cave Productions and you can view it on YouTube here: ...
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Summer Job opening at HWF
Hi everyone, we have a summer job opening at the Foundation. A brief description is below, and for further information and how to apply read through the PDF attached. Many thanks! We are seeking a summer student willing to help create content to be used in our social media and website to generate interest in our programs. We have current 2018 and archived video footage from the last ten years that can be utilized for creating short video segments (30s to 5min) of interesting behavioral aspects that can be used for educational and scientific purposes and used to create viral ...
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BETA Eagles tracked

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2018 Online Volunteers

The image (clicks bigger) shows the avatars of more than 40 of the Hancock Wildlife Foundation’s online volunteers who run our forum, control our cameras, post observations about the activities on the cameras at our four eagle nests and on other wildlife cameras across North America and around the world, and post observations and stunning photographs of eagles and other wildlife they observe live and in person.

There are volunteers from at least 4 countries, and from a number of Canadian provinces and US states. Several of our cam controllers (usually called “zoomers”) are from the areas near our cams – but others come from a variety of places including Alberta, Nova Scotia, Washington, Oregon, Arkansas, Florida, Pennsylvania, Maine – and England (the country). The rest of our forum volunteers are equally spread out; most are in North America – but we do appreciate having observers in other parts of the world who can watch what happens on the cams in the middle of our night.

Our online volunteers make it possible for us to have a forum with reports on the activities at roughly 40 eagle nests with cams, more than 20 eagle nests without cameras in BC, a number of osprey nests, some owl nests, a cam watching Laysan Albatross in Hawaii, pandas in several zoos, sea eagles in Australia, black eagles in South Africa – and a whole lot more!

Thank you!

Our Research Campaigns

  1. Adopt a Nest

    Adopt your favourite HWF Nest & Family for the entire nesting season. Your Nest Adoption will assist with the cost of the cams, maintenance and tech support that is required all year long as well as support the mission and mandate of HWF through ongoing education and activities that promote the conservation of wildlife.
    $250.00 donated
  2. Eagle Cams/Repairs

    Keeping our cams running on our nests is an ongoing activity, with maintenance and repairs happening year around.
    $100.00 donated of $10,000.00 goal
  3. General Fund

    This helps with the expenses that come with running the Hancock Wildlife Foundation year round.
    $2,000.00 donated of $15,000.00 goal
  4. BETA Program

    Live, realtime tracking of Eagles is now a reality, help us to make this a bigger success in 2018.
    $2,500.00 donated of $20,000.00 goal

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