Surrey Reserve Nest Information

There have been eagles in this territory for at least 20 years – but these cams show a new nest set up just this fall to replace one that blew down, so we will learn together if the eagles accept it, and, if so, how they go about making it their own.  [note – this page is a work in progress – we’ll be adding links for more information soon, and switching to the Surrey Reserve cams as soon as they are streaming]

Surrey Reserve Closeup

(The Surrey Reserve Cam is coming soon – this is a nest in White Rock)

Surrey Reserve Wide Angle

The Surrey Reserve Cam is coming soon – this is a nest in White Rock)

Nest History

There have been eagles nesting in this rapidly developing part of Surrey for at least 20 years, and cam sponsors Dawson & Sawyer were the second developers who approached David Hancock for advice on how to develop a region that contained an active bald eagle nest.  There were some challenges – the original nest fell down, the eagles moved, a new nest with cameras was provided (full story here) – and now we are waiting to see if the eagles adopt the new nest built for them in British Columbia’s first bald eagle reserve.  (A bald eagle reserve is a section of forest large enough to support an eagle nest which is set aside by a developer who is clearing land adjacent to it.)

Please join us on the Surrey Reserve Discussion Forum and share your observations, click below.

Thanks to Dawson & Sawyer for developing the
first British Columbia Bald Eagle Nest Reserve
and installing… (more)

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Nest Adoption

2019 Nesting Season – September 2018 – August 2019

This Nest has been Adopted By:

[nest adoptions are available!]

Thanks to Dawson & Sawyer for developing the first British Columbia Bald Eagle Nest Reserve, installing the nest frame and the two CAMS.  This whole project first required considerable faith that the Hancock Wildlife Foundation history of developing successful Mitigation Plans could again be effective.  The British Columbia Ministry of Forestry, Lands and Natural Resources had to work within the BC Wildlife Act and with the City of Surrey and Dawson & Sawyer on the basis of developing a practical plan to benefit bald eagles. Will it work this season or will the development in the region cause a pause holding off the eagles from using the artificial nest for a year or two?  See the background of the nest for the full story.

Nest Location

Note, the map above is for reference only. Please do not visit these nests directly as they are on private property. Thanks!

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