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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Peek-a-boo and friend....

Do you see it....you might want to click to expand the view.

We were quite a ways away from them so I really had to zoom in.

This one and the next two photos are of the one on the left that you can see easier.

Note that its tail feathers are white all the way to the tip.

Now the one below is the one that is in the first picture...we just drove around to the other side of the creek so I could get a good view of it...

if you will expand the view you will see some color on the very tips of its tail feathers.  For some reason, the photos of this bird was even worse than the others.  So I am only showing this one photo of it.

21 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

Wow! They are all good pictures, and I have never seen one in the wild. I cannot imagine how excited you were.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

An impressive bird. To see eagles in the UK you'd have to travel up to the north of Scotland -and then be lucky! There has been talk of re-introducing them to Norfolk but no action as yet.

Tom said...

...a sight that I rarely see here, thanks!

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Bem apanhada esta imponente águia.
Continuação de boa semana.

Andarilhar
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros

Christine said...

Amazing zoom lens, Rose! Fantastic shots of this awesome creature!

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

I have seen eagles here, but never perched. Weren't you thrilled to get these shots!!
xx, Carol

eileeninmd said...

Hello, awesome captures of the Eagles. They are always cool to see.

Have a great day!

Sandra said...

there are two in the tree, one is amazing and 2 is even more amazing. love the tree and the resident birds. you did good with your zoom

Carol Mattingly said...

Beautiful. Handsome. Carol

ElizrdbthSpeaks said...

now that is a cool friend to have. love it!! i think i saw this on FB too. i love your pics. u are so lucky 2 find this eagle. i find them very intimidating to take pics of ...you feel like they are staring at ya. or at least that is the case for me. i always say ... look mr. eagle ...i am only taking your picture. not sure he likes it though. ha. ha!! then i get even silly-er & say something like don't poke my eyes out. please. ha. ha!! just kidding. ( :

Small City Scenes said...



aw come on Rose, those are wxcellent pictures of the Eagle pair. Maybe a nest close by
MB

don said...

A wonderful series of this great looking bird. You got so fine pictures as you moved around.'
Excellent post.

NatureFootstep said...

I think your images are great. Not an easy task to catch them in camera.

Jeevan said...

Worth going around the creek to shoot the eagle! Great capture

happyone said...

You got some wonderful shots of the eagle, They are magnificent birds.

Ruth Hiebert said...

These are great. The one with the dark on the tail is not fully mature, but,I'm sure you knew that.

Debby Ray said...

WOW...what a sight to see! Beautiful!

Bill said...

They are strong in numbers around here--- and as delightful as it is to see them, it is not unusual. Great pictures!

The Furry Gnome said...

Always nice to see an eagle!

Lowcarb team member said...

Super series of photographs ...

All the best Jan

Klara S said...

WOW. Beautiful collection.

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