I live at 151 East Keith Rd. facing south from the 15th floor. I have been watching the eagle's nest in the 200-block of Esplanade for at least five years. They certainly use it every spring. Whether or not the nest looks up to code to a so-called expert is irrelevant.
These same experts cut down the tree near the train bridge at Ambleside which the eagles used to survey the mouth of the Capilano River.
Perhaps they should consult with someone in the area before firing up the chainsaws. Measure twice, cut once.
Mike Robertson North Vancouver