Page 5 of Yesterday my brother and I spotted a bald eagle in Carroll Co. on the river. A rare sighting for us. Has anyone else seen this one or any others? Adver... 64 comments | 13448 Views | Go to page 1 →
Mar 10, 18, 11:49 AM #61North American Bald eagles are not uncommon here on the lake. I've seen several. I posted a picture I took of one on here several years ago.
About a week or so ago, my neighbor showed me a picture he took a of a young male perched in a live oak near his house. He only noticed because of how big the bird was bending the limb on the big tree. The eagle was not fully plumed out, that's how we know it was young, but it was definitely a bald eagle, not a Osprey, which is often confused with one.Advertisement
Jun 27, 18, 09:53 AM #62
Jun 27, 18, 02:25 PM #63Off topic but related.
This spring at Pickwick we saw a huge flock of snow geese at Pickwick.
First time I had ever seen the all white geese.
Is this a rare sighting or are they rather common.
Jun 27, 18, 04:03 PM #64
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Jul 28, 18, 06:44 AM #65
On the beach in South Haven Michigan couple weeks ago. The birds (gulls) that gather waiting for you to drop food or feed them were out in the hundreds as usual. Then all of the sudden they all took flight and headed out over lake Michigan. Not a single bird left on the beach. Then we saw what scared them away. Big beautiful bald Eagle flying South about 40 ft off the ground. It flew directly over us then landed in a tree just south of where the beach ended. Within a minute all the gulls came back.
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