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 Nest
White Rock Nest
Chehalis River Fish Cam
Harrison Mills Nest
Surrey Reserve Nest
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