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Join the Langley Environmental Partners Society and Wildlife Tree Stewardship Program for an exciting and uplifting night of 'good news' stories about wildlife habitat conservation in Langley and the Lower Mainland.

Listen to Langley residents Sian and Rhys Krannitz describe their experience in bringing partners together to acquire the West Creek Wetlands. In addition, David Hancock, bald eagle expert, will speak about protecting bald eagles in our community!

Tuesday March 27, 2007 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm

     Firehall Number 6 (upstairs)
     22170 - 50 Avenue
     Langley BC

For more information contact:
     Elaine Anderson
ildlife Program Coordinator
     Langley Environmental Partners Society


  • Mating - Think of St Valentine's Day, February 14 (a suitable time for mating) -- but include the two weeks before and after this date -- in other words, the whole month of February. Eagles are also seen mating in the first half of March, just a week or two before laying eggs But at no other times in the year.

  • Final Nest Preparation - A second flurry of nest-preparation takes place from mid-February to mid-March -- adding more branches, followed by soft materials like dry grass and moss.

  • Egg Laying - March 25, plus or minus one week. A second egg 2 or 3 days later.

  • Brooding - The male and female take turns sitting on the eggs for approximately 35 days -- from March 25 to May 1, plus or minus one week. One could consider the month of April as the “brooding” month.

  • Chicks Hatch - May 1, plus or minus one week.

  • Chick Development - Peeps can be heard by June 10 -- sitting on edge of nest by June 20 -- flapping wings by June 25 -- flapping & jumping by July 10

Please contact Kerri-Lynne Wilson
with details for any event that you feel should be listed here!

Recent Events


WiTS has expanded to the Lower Mainland. If you want to become a monitor on the Lower Mainland or learn more about the program, please contact:

Elaine Anderson


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