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Army Guy

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See no need for protestors to stop an important pipeline from getting built, all you need is to put a bird's nest in its path and it's done for most of the summer. And we wonder why the previous owners threw up their hands and walked away, It is extremely hard to get infrastructure built here in Canada, we are our own enemies, and we have tied both arms up with red tape. Things are getting a little crazy in crazy town...

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The discovery of a woodpecker's nest has halted construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline along a 400-metre stretch near Chilliwack, B.C.

A statement from Trans Mountain Corp. says buffer zones around trees and vegetation have been marked with rope signs and flagging tape near Bridal Falls where the red-breasted sapsucker has been seen nesting. 

The Crown corporation says the area will not be cleared until there's confirmation from a wildlife resource specialist that no nests are active, which would be the end of nesting season.

 

 

 

Woodpecker nest halts construction of TMX pipeline near Bridal Falls, B.C. (msn.com)

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4 hours ago, Army Guy said:

See no need for protestors to stop an important pipeline from getting built, all you need is to put a bird's nest in its path and it's done for most of the summer. And we wonder why the previous owners threw up their hands and walked away, It is extremely hard to get infrastructure built here in Canada, we are our own enemies, and we have tied both arms up with red tape. Things are getting a little crazy in crazy town...

 

 

Woodpecker nest halts construction of TMX pipeline near Bridal Falls, B.C. (msn.com)

"a little crazy"  ??????

There are roads going along every major river in the country and rail lines and pipelines and we develop like crazy everything we get to, and remove the forests and pollute the land and oceans.

There is little left and for this reason it is somewhat protected.  You can now put every species on the endangered species list.

Who is to blame that all improvements and developments over the past 150 years led us to it and are STILL NOT ENOUGH?

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