Wet Wednesday Sightings And Leftovers

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4 Responses to Wet Wednesday Sightings And Leftovers

  1. Ellen Bunnell says:

    As the feathers fly, odd that bird eat bird does not sound as ‘bad’ as dog eat dog.
    Feeding the eaglets is a very big job. Great stream of pix.

    • Jim says:

      Ellen Bunnell,
      Yes, dog eat dog does not sound good to me either.
      Coots are an eagle favorite to eat. Surprised no other eagles came in. The bird left pretty quick after plucking. Usually when an eagle catches a coot eagles start arriving that you did not see and try to steal the catch. It does not take a lot of food to feed the young until they are about three quarters grown. Then the demand is at its highest as far as amount of food required, at least that is how it looks to me over the years observing. Thank You…

  2. I wonder how often eagles eat birds. I would think animals would be easier to catch.
    Nice shots of the gulls! That’s a rarely seen bird here.

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      Fish are their main staple but are opportunists as well it looks like to me here. Thank You. We have a lot of gulls here most of the year…

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