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  Hastings Street/PNE Nest, Vancouver - 2015 - 2017
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By: Heather (offline) on Sunday, March 08 2015 @ 09:27 PM EDT  
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Just for a minute, then Pa moved to Ma's right where he remained behind a cluster of small branches.
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The pair remained for a few minutes before flying off. They were gone for quite a while this time, so we figured they were gone for lunch.
Talons crossed that this season will be a successful one for this pair!fingers crossed

Cheers!


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By: Annemie (offline) on Monday, March 09 2015 @ 12:17 AM EDT  
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Hi Stim, Mishka, Gemini, Larry, Shrub and all lovers of these eagles.

Sorry Larry you missed the eagles.
Thanks for your pictures.
Great pictures Shrub, I love them. Thank you as well.

Hastings eagles were at the nest this evening at 7:20 pm doing nest work.
Shortly after they got ready to sleep on a branch. Sitting eagleSitting eagle

A reminder for folks that want to visit the nest:
You can drive right up to the nest.
The entrance is right of Renfrew St.
So, if you come down Hastings st. heading west, turn right on Renfrew and turn right at the first entrance into the park.
Then drive straight till the end of the street and turn right.
You will end up at the nest.
Parking is free most of the time.
Only if the PNE has events happening will it cost a lot of money to park.
If that is the case, it is easy enough to turn around on one of the side streets and head to the old parking lot.

Hi stim Big hugs

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By: gemini (offline) on Monday, March 09 2015 @ 03:21 AM EDT  
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Thanks for the wonderful photos and reports everyone!

Whenever I go no one is home. Dusk has been a bad time for me to go as it is the middle of rush hour traffic and the bridge is usually backed up for miles from the North Shore. Now that DST is upon us it should make it easier. In another week or so it will be light enough to go after the bridge traffic has cleared up.



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By: stim (offline) on Monday, March 09 2015 @ 02:41 PM EDT  
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Wonderful coverage of your Hastings' couple's activities! They certainly cooperated for you Heather. Sitting eagleSitting eagle


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By: sctth4 (offline) on Sunday, March 22 2015 @ 03:22 PM EDT  
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there has been an eagle on the nest for two days, seems like they're on schedule. untill the leaves come in i still have a pretty good view.


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By: Heather (offline) on Sunday, March 22 2015 @ 05:06 PM EDT  
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Hello Everyone,

Hey sctth4, I we visited the nest last Sunday, and I'm sure there was an adult in the nest at the time, around 10:30-11:00. She/he was really snuggled down though, but you could just barely see the movement of a head between the branches. At that time, I figured if they didn't have eggs then, they would be soon. If you have noticed an adult sitting in the nest for a couple of days, then there is a good chance there is egg(s)!!! I took some pictures of the nest, but am having trouble loading them. As soon as I can, I will post them. The other adult wasn't any where that we could see at the time.
When the leaves grow in on the trees, and block you view, take a stroll down to the grassy area in front of the old nest area. You get a pretty good view there. If you feel like it, and see our truck, come out and say hi. It'll be great to catch up.


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By: Annemie (offline) on Sunday, March 29 2015 @ 08:04 PM EDT  
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Stan and I went by the nest at 4:14 pm and were lucky enough to see a wing stretch on the nest by one
of our eagles and then what looked to us like an egg roll.
Then birdie laid back down and disappeared back into the nest. Poof


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By: urban Eagle (offline) on Sunday, April 05 2015 @ 10:32 PM EDT  
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waveFriends of these Eagles,
It was nice to see and spend some time with this pair,unfortunately they did not swap in the time I was there.
But the adult that was on the nest never left. That leads me to believe that they are on a egg or two.
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Best wishes for our Hastings pair.
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