Bald eagles throughout Vancouver are making the final touches on about 20 nests that will soon be home to dozens of eaglets come spring — and advocates are doing all they can to help.
Experts say nesting is a vulnerable time for the eagles, but some are having difficulties adjusting to the increasingly noisy urban life. Some raptors, like a male eagle living at Vanier Park, started calling Vancouver home long before the city became the bustling place it is now.
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