Tag Archives: Bald Eagle

Titanic Talons

This week’s photo, taken June 23, 2017 at Richmond Beach Park in Shoreline, WA, features an OSPREY (left) and a BALD EAGLE (right). What would you do if a large bird of prey, an OSPREY, for example, was dive bombing … Continue reading

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Close Encounter

This week’s photo, taken February 24, 2016 from the pier in Edmonds, WA, features a BALD EAGLE flying toward me at eye level. It eventually swooped up and flew over my head, and at no time did I fear for … Continue reading

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Higher Than An Eagle

This week’s photo, taken November 18, 2015 from the Edmonds Pier in Edmonds, WA, features an adult BALD EAGLE cruising by the pier. Whenever the BALD EAGLES show up at the Edmonds waterfront – and they often do this time … Continue reading

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Bad Moral Character?

This week’s photo, taken September 9, 2014 at Discovery Park in Seattle, WA, features an adult BALD EAGLE standing on one of its favorite perches, as it begins to tear into a large fish. Benjamin Franklin, one of the most … Continue reading

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Why Birders Wear Hats

This week’s photo, taken December 16, 2013 near the University of Washington in Seattle, WA, features a low-flying BALD EAGLE. The Bald Eagle image reminds me of why I wear a hat when I bird-watch. One of the few times … Continue reading

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Blink and You Miss It

This week’s photo, taken January 5, 2014 on Spencer Island in Everett, WA, features a female BELTED KINGFISHER.  On Sunday, we drive 20 miles north of Seattle for our first visit to Spencer Island, an open area of marshes, ponds, … Continue reading

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House Rules

This week’s photo, taken December 5, 2013 from our bedroom window in northeast Seattle, WA, features the only WHITE-THROATED SPARROW that I’ve ever seen in our yard. One day a few weeks ago, as I was walking by our kitchen’s … Continue reading

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