The Delta 2 eagles laid two eggs March 8 and 11, 2019, that hatched April 16 and 17; the eaglets began flying July 7 and 9; the nest is in an open agricultural area so we can often see where the eagles perch.
Our White Rock nest has a spectacular view of Boundary Bay – and there are other pairs nearby so it’s a busy eagle area.
Surrey Reserve is the first Bald Eagle Reserve in BC, with a nest on land set aside during development so there would be room for the eagles; they raised two eaglets in 2019, with eggs laid March 7 and 10 and hatched April 14 and 15; the eaglets began flying July 5 and 8.
Harrison Mills is our highest nest, 175 feet up a huge Douglas fir, overlooking the Sandpiper golf course and the Harrison-Chehalis Flats.
Delta 2 NestThere have been eagles in this territory in Delta, British Columbia, not far from the Tsawwassen Ferry, since at least the late 1990s.
White Rock NestOn a private portion of the White Rock bluff overlooking Boundary Bay is a small grove of evergreens. One tree, only about 100 feet from the back porch of the home, had an eagle nest in it.
Surrey Reserve NestThis cam is in British Columbia’s first Eagle Reserve, land set aside for eagles in the middle of a development project in Surrey.
Harrison Mills NestThis nest is 175 feet up a huge Douglas fir on the 10th green of the Sandpiper Golf course at Pretty Estates Resort in Harrison Mills, British Columbia (site of the Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival).
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