So after reviewing several other eagle cams, and asking for suggestions from former Hornby Island eagle viewers, I decided that because of the high-definition, infra-red, and beautiful scenery on the wide-angle cam, and similarities to the Hornby Island cams, that the White Rock Eagles nest would be the most suitable replacement.I then asked Richard Pitt at Hancock Wildlife Foundation for permission to host the cams on this Website, and he graciously granted permission.The wide-angle cam looks across Boundary Bay at Tsawwassen BC. Technical support and maintenance are provided by HWF, and Streaming is made possible through Wild Earth TV.
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Follow @Wild Earth A great variety of wildlife will come to drink at the pond including herds of elephant, eland, impala, lions, warthogs, baboons and many more.
Stick around and watch for a while, you are sure to become a 'pondie'.
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