I have now come to the point in my blogging life where I can start recycling old posts. Like this one about the return of the Vanier Park eagles.
These past few days, my commute home across Burrard Street Bridge has once again been highlighted by the sight of at least one eagle in the big tree just in front of the Canadian Coast Guard Station.
In each of our first two summers here, the nest produced two eaglets, and we took many a walk along Vanier Park to check them out. Two years ago the eaglets unfortunately didn’t survive, and last year the eaglet fell out of the tree and was brought to O.W.L. – the Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society – in Delta, but no word on whether it survived.
Last modified: February 17, 2009