Delta 2 is usually our first nest with eggs – and this year they laid their first egg March 3rd and a second one March 6th.
Our White Rock nest has a spectacular view of Boundary Bay – and the pair usually lays their eggs in the first half of March – so any day now!
Our Lafarge eagles are true urban eagles. They nested on the busy Vancouver waterfront for years, and still spend a lot of time perching there.
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.
Lafarge NestThe Lafarge downtown Vancouver concrete plant is on the waterfront of Vancouver’s inner harbor, beside the main CP rail tracks and sidings, in the heart of Vancouver’s busy container and grain port facilities.
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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