Bald Eagle Family on Their Kill!

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Check out the bald eagle family on their kill! We saw seven eagles today and I got a lot of clicks. I was puzzled when I came upon a fresh kill site and was looking around trying to figure out who the predator was, when all of a sudden I looked up and realized I was at a eagle’s fresh kill site being stared at by a most perturbed eagle! That’s him above. (Please click to enlarge).
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Here is the juvenile. What a thrill to watch him! He was as big as mama.
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Beautiful isn’t he?
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Here’s the eagle on the kill. There were multiple kills deposited here, fish and birds.

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The eagle has landed!
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Here is mama and her offspring.

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This eagle was outside our balcony when we got up this morning, farther away, but still a thrill!
We are in Egmont Canada where these photos were taken. Internet is via satelite and is extremely slow here so please forgive me for not being able to follow your posts as I would like. I can only squeak out a post when the satelite is beaming it’s rays upon me, which isn’t often! In two days we move deeper into the wilderness, into the Tantalus Mountain Range where the peregrines and bald eagles nest in the highest concentration in North America! We missed the orcas today spy hopping in the inlet.
Cheers to you and may the spirit of the eagles soar directly to your heart, as they have into mine!

167 thoughts on “Bald Eagle Family on Their Kill!

  1. you are a photographer of the Gods. That’s all there is to it. Blessed with talent and travel and infinite one of a kind timing. 🙂 Your room with a view is spectacular–hence the spectators. Brav-A!!

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  2. You have a ton of comments! Wow! I am amazed and so glad I nominated you for a family award today! I am off for breakfast and an arts and crafts fair in the country… Take care and Congratulations!! Robin

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    • I think my friend you might go to the Sunshine Coast. If you go in the shoulder season the already low Canadian prices are even lower. Much better deals than in the US AND there are no tourists and very few people. You get around by rental car and ferry. It truly is remarkable. We are already planning returns to Canada in 2015 this time to Waterton NP in combo with Yellowstone, and if I can figure out the timing, back to the Knight Inlet to see the orcas and grizzlies!

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