When Work Follows You Home

It has sort of been my job the past years in the winter to observe eagles. Eagles here are a consistent subject through the winter months. Yesterday not much happened at one nest with young so I went home. The weather had warmed up to spring like temps. I planned 0n ripping out an old chicken pen fencing that had deteriorated to the point that vines had grown all through it. When I stepped out the door an eagle was circling towards the house. I stepped back in and grabbed the camera. The eagle passed over the house spotted a dead opossum in the road and dropped down to a pine tree. The road was busy as it was still going to work time for most folks. The eagle shifted trees and after a half hour decided I spose’ the road was too busy to attempt flying down to eat the possum and flew off. It was nice that it hung around long enough for me to call the “Little Woman” and my daughter out to view it…

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4 Responses to When Work Follows You Home

  1. ellen says:

    WOW! Right at your farm. Great photo opportunity, and beautiful shots.

  2. NH Gardener says:

    I’d love to look out and see one in my trees.
    You got some great shots of it too!

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      Have seen them on and over the farm in the past. First time we had one land that close to the house. Thank You…

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