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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.

haliaeetus leucocephalus

  1. Two arguing eagles

    Two arguing eagles

    She was having none of it!
  2. Two arguing eagles

    Two arguing eagles

    The male tried to get a word in edgewise
  3. Two arguing eagles

    Two arguing eagles

    The female was definitely not happy
  4. Bald Eagle

    Bald Eagle

    This was a grab shot of a quick fly by the house. Hope you like the image.
  5. Bald Eagle

    Bald Eagle

    Over Hidden Beach while we were searching for rare gulls. Exact ageing can be tricky, but this immature type is usually called "sub-adult II." It still has a dark head with some white mottling and a mottled belly. Note also the uneven trailing edge of its wings caused by a mixture of old and new...
  6. Bald Eagle gathering branches

    Bald Eagle gathering branches

    After this image, eagle flew off with the branch he was sitting on.
  7. Bald Eagle

    Bald Eagle

    Returns to pines for late winter sunning.
  8. Bald Eagle immature

    Bald Eagle immature

    This is one of last year's brood just starting to morph into adult plumage.
  9. Bald eagle

    Bald eagle

    We took these in early fall, but they are getting very active this time of the year at the Stevenson Dam.
  10. You can't see me; I'm under cover!

    You can't see me; I'm under cover!

    If you study the tree on the right closely, you should be able to find the Bald Eagle that the Western Gulls had chased into hiding. He's just diving into the safety of the tree.
  11. Bald Eagle

    Bald Eagle

    Was later joined by mate at sunset.
  12. Bald Eagle

    Bald Eagle

    Different view.
  13. Bald Eagle

    Bald Eagle

    Not too concerned about my proximity.
  14. Bald Eagle

    Bald Eagle

    Wasn't expecting a bald eagle
  15. Bald Eagle

    Bald Eagle

    Display to keeps crows away
  16. Bald Eagle v American Crow

    Bald Eagle v American Crow

    Quite a large crow to fend off for breakfast. Several Bald Eagles on this deer carcass and a couple of crows.
  17. Bald Eagle

    Bald Eagle

    One of an astonishing 52 Bald Eagles tallied passing over the Cape May hawk watch viewing platform that day. Exact ageing can be tricky, but this immature type is usually called "sub-adult II." It still has a dark head with some white mottling and a mottled belly. Note also the uneven...
  18. Imm Bald eagle

    Imm Bald eagle

    Intent on scouting out the evening meal just over the lake.
  19. Bald Eagle

    Bald Eagle

    Our national emblem, this imposing full adult looks out imperiously from a perch over Crane Creek. Not really "bald" but white-headed, this species has increased markedly as a breeding species. Their earlier nationwide decline was primarily a side-effect of the pesticide DDT which caused...
  20. American Bald Eagle checking something out

    American Bald Eagle checking something out

  21. Bald Eagle

    Bald Eagle

    Looking quite smart today. Crows were pestering her to move on. Right off the county road in some tall pines.
  22. Bald eagle-right wing

    Bald eagle-right wing

    Mrs. Bald Eagle got a little break from the nest to come over to our yard and do some preening.
  23. Bald Eagle

    Bald Eagle

  24. Bald Eagle

    Bald Eagle

  25. Bald Eagle

    Bald Eagle

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