Screaming Eagles

We boat in British Columbia every summer, and one of the things I love  watching are the Bald Eagles.  B. C. is rife with them.  Once endangered, it is now commonplace to see at least one a day.  They spend their summer days fishing the plentiful Canadian waters for salmon to feed their eaglets.

Ever wonder how they pass the winter?  Behold the progression of these great pictures taken near Comox, B. C. last winter:

Anyone have any F-O-O-D?


Did someone say FOOD?

Oh, yes!

~ by rfgainey on July 28, 2009.

One Response to “Screaming Eagles”

  1. There so many I wonder if the one I saw overhead yesterday will fly and land there. Great photos.

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