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TX, Laura :)
Thank you, Laura! :)
Double wow! Love seeing them closer than with the naked eye. Great shot PLG and great information colin.
Thank you, Katzmum! :)
Doubly fantastic-superb photo,thank you!
Wow, Colin -- that's so great! Thanks for sharing your story! How fun to keep tabs on the little ones!
Lovely shot, Patti! Eagles mate for life so these two are sure to have little ones. We have three resident pairs in back of our house, within a mile, and we see them often riding the thermals. On Hornby Island, which is close by, a webcam has been active for the last four or five years, so we've been able to follow the nesting and nurturing of the young - including the emergence of the eaglets from the eggs. Quite extraordinary. Thanks for this :))
Awww, thank you Robbie, Mimi, and Jacques. :)
wow 2, incredible!!!
Wonderful picture Patti! You are an excellent photographer and I really enjoy your pictures! Thanks!
You are still capturing these wonderful pictures PLG, thanks.
Thank you, Celeste. :)
Awesome!! So love it
Thank you, Sally and Ank. :)
Wow, even better, Thanks Patti. Oh yes I hope they will have young ones. Thanks for this great photo. for my album.
A twofer.... Wonderful shot.... Thanks PLG.... :) :)
Thank you, Morris! I never knew which was which before!
Could be, Roseheather. Bless her heart!
Thank you, Islandflyer. :)
I hope so, Shirley! Thanks!
That's great that you have a pair, no doubt there will be young ones, Thanks Patti.
Oh, very nice Patti.
Would Rachel Carson be credited with the increase in the numbers of bald eagles in the nation? I think I recall that the preditor birds were being affected the most with the pesticides.
How lucky you are! you have to watch for young in the spring. Accoding to what I just learned, she is the larger eagle on the left!
Thanks, Snooker. :)
Oh, Thanks, Pat -- we crossed!
Thank you, TS, Bluebird, Chickie, Lyndee, Greeneyedlady, weezie, and Suzy! I do feel very lucky to have them around. We don't see them all the time, but sometimes. And this is the first time we ever saw TWO of them just waiting to have their picture taken!!!
Just gorgeous thanks Patti
How very fine.
Amazing and majestic birds...
Just Beautiful! Thanks PLG1958.
Lucky to see one but two? Wow! Great shot.
Wow, it's wonderful that you live so near them.
I really like this puzzle.
I love it! Thanks.