Tree in Sudbury that was home to two raven nestlings mysteriously cut down

Morning North

The City of Greater Sudbury is investigating after a tree was apparently cut down, orphaning two baby ravens. We heard from Anne BĂ©langer who noticed the tree was down. She made it a habit to look up and spot the raven's nest every day as she drove past the large tree. We heard more on the condition of the two nestlings from Gloria Morrisette of the nearby Turtle Pond Wildlife Centre where the birds are being cared for.

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