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Thread subject: Two young eagles hanging out .....
Name Date Message
Pam 01/27/05 06:48 pm You are invited to share my photographs of two young eagles on a misty morning in British Columbia:
http://snipurl.com/ccn3
Captures by courtesy of Race Rocks.
Enjoy!
Marie 01/27/05 08:22 pm Got those Pam.........great work. Just love those misty, foggy mornings! Never knew that the eagles hung out to dry like Cormorants when wet.Glad the cam is back up and running at Race Rocks. It is so neat to see these young eagles hanging out at this protected marine park. Thanks again.
Celeste 01/28/05 04:58 am Absolutely fantastic! You are definitely Race Rocks' "Resident Photographer". "Speaking" of eagles......Blackwater is offering a free wallpaper of an eagles nest in Florida. What makes this wallpaper so interesting is that it is located at Merritt Island Nat'l Refuge which is also near where the space shuttle is prepped in Florida. The nest has a camera on it that periodically captures photos. The building in the background is part of the Kennedy Space Center. It is ironic that this majestic bird makes its nest near human's attempts to "soar"!
Pam 01/28/05 03:09 pm It is a very good way of observing eagle behaviour up close without disturbing the birds. I sense that they are sometimes aware of the camera. I have added four more shots today of two different eagles blinking (from now on instead of "wink, wink" I think I will say "nictitate nictitate" haha... There were lots of them around this am but my connection was not good so I missed a lot. Some of them had blood smeared on their cheeks and had bloody feet so had obviously had breakfast. Marie - there was a big pod of transient orca visible from Victoria yesterday, really close to the shore amongst the kelp beds.

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