Check out our resident Bald Eagles who have made a new home here at Hastings Park.
The pair have been constructing a new nest since late last year in a Douglas Fir at the South West corner of the Sanctuary here in Hastings Park. This new nest replaces the previous nest they occupied for years closer to the PNE Forum, which had been blown over last year in a wind storm.
Did you know that the PNE’s Sanctuary is home to 137 different species of birds. This natural ecosystem in the middle of Hastings Park is a beautiful walk with ponds, trees and diverse wildlife.
Thank you to Hastings Park Conservancy friend, Doug Cooper for the photo and background on our resident Bald Eagles.
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