Vanier Park Eaglet Update

UPDATE: July 18th
We have video of the Eaglet released!

UPDATE: July 11th
She was released in Jericho and was doing well. We haven’t heard from her for a few days, but we think that the tracker has a low battery and hopefully will recharge with the sunshine (Diana Seear)

July 1, ’22
On Canada Day evening my friends Michael and Diana Seear (Hancock Wildlife Foundation) rescued one of the Vanier eaglets after she fell out of the nest in Vanier Park Forest, into the brambles bushes below. (On June 11th I posted photos on Instagram and Facebook of the 2 female eaglets being measured and examined below the nest). Diana, who took the photos and sent them to me, texted me “We just happened to go down to check nest and didn’t see anyone in it so we searched the forest. Coyotes would have gotten her. She is the one with the tracker”. The other female fledged a few days ago and hasn’t returned. Diana & Mike took her to OWL Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society to be examined and looked after until she flies. No broken bones. Good weight. She’s doing well and today she was put in the flight cage.