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Bald Eagles are a regular sight in British Columbia. When I lived in the city, for over 15 years I'd see a pair that nested in a large tree soaring, being attacked by crows, almost as an every day thing at least in summer.

Here in the country I've seen them too, just not so often as this year. We must have a young couple nesting in the wild gully (where the deer live) just under my deck.

I've been hearing their cries lately and it sounds like flying lessons are under way.

I just now had to publish this because this is the first time I've seen them instead of just hearing them. (They sound a bit like seagulls with a sore throat. A very distinct cry, more a skreee than anything majestic. They also do a chuckling seagull sound too. I call it Seagle.)


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first the food stops. then the feathers and grass and soft stuff lining the nest is pulled out. Then they get pushed out of the nest... all with lots of "SKREE SKREE SKREE!" going on. Time to stand on your own two, ah, wings?, son!


Love the attention being paid to the youngster.