Sunday Afternoon Monday Morning Sightings

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4 Responses to Sunday Afternoon Monday Morning Sightings

  1. NH Gardener says:

    Great shots of the kingfisher, and the deer and eagle. That probably doesn’t happen very often!

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      Thank You, No, I believe it is the first time I have seen and eagle and deer that close together. Makes one realize how large a bald eagle is…

  2. Ellen says:

    The splashing Eagles, earlier post, with the Turtle, it seemed the turtle was taking it’s time as to getting away. Somehow not afraid? And here the deer? I suppose deer is not afraid of the Eagle. Does it have reason to be? And yes, the Eagle is so large. I know that, of course, but the photos with the deer accentuate that fact. There’s that Kingfisher. Do you ever see a “pair”? And what is that orange seed/ball? Is it as large as it looks in this photo, or is it the angle of the shot that makes it look large.

    • Jim says:

      Ellen,
      The turtles don’t pay them a lot of attention unless they get to close or splashing them. The turtles are a little large and not the soft shell variety the eagles eat. I was glad to catch the eagle so close to a deer to make a size comparison that shows just how large the eagles are. I have caught pairs together in the past but most of the time they stay apart, fishing from different areas. That orange ball is a persimmon. It is edible for us. A little smaller than a golf ball…

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