Mostly Eagles

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4 Responses to Mostly Eagles

  1. ellen says:

    What a busy pair. Great photos of the widespread wings and huge strong legs. Had to chuckle at the stair down too. That’s a picture that needs a funny caption, but the eagles are too regal of which to make fun. The day must of felt really good too.

  2. Jim says:

    Ellen,
    They were busy. The one stick got hung up on a branch when landing with it. The two worked a long time getting it unhung. Longest I ever saw a pair work together on one stick. It was fun to watch. Been a while since I saw that much action. Thank You…

  3. Looks like the water level is up at their bathing spot.
    We had an eagle in the top of a pine at work a while back but of course I didn’t have my camera. It was a big bird.
    Nice shots!

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      Yes, the water level is up some. May be why the action has been slow. The eagles are big birds close up for sure. Thank You…

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