Wednesday, February 03, 2016

Eagles in Columbia

For the past few weeks there have been a large number of bald eagles around Wilde Lake in Columbia, Maryland, apparently brought there by a warm-water fish kill. Whatever brought them, I was able to get some shots the weekend before the big snow. Here are a few of them, including a fishing sequence.

Adult flying in front of condos - he has a fish


Adult with dinner


Adult overhead


Juvenile - note the brown head and tail, and patchy colors on the wings


Adult

Juvenile in the trees


An adult comes in for a fish, gets it, and flies off with it








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2 Comments:

At 7:36 AM, February 04, 2016 Anonymous Kathie had this to say...

Amazing how the mind auto-"corrects," because I (mis)read your first sentence as...

"Adult flying in front of condors" :-)

 
At 10:20 AM, February 04, 2016 Anonymous TJ had this to say...

Excellent photos! There are no bald eagles (or any other kind of eagle) where I live so it is a pleasure to see these pictures.

 

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