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Photos by Tag: Bald eagle

July 2nd, 2022

Breakfast time

Not sure about species of this little four-footed animal, but this bald eagle concluded it was “on the menu.” Fidalgo Bay, Anacortes.

May 22nd, 2022

Tucked in the branches

Bald eagle tucked away in branches of a tree next to Havekost Road on Fidalgo Island.

February 12th, 2022

Tucked away in branches

A bald eagle in a tree just off McLean Road, Skagit Valley.

December 19th, 2021

Precarious perch

This Fidalgo Island eagle took a few seconds to settle in as he chose a relatively light branch to land on. With very little wind, everything worked out just fine.

November 30th, 2021

Scanning the dunes

Bald eagle at West Beach, Deception Pass State Park, in tree located between saltwater beach and freshwater lake.

November 24th, 2021

Sunny day, news to me

I wasn’t expecting a day of sunshine, but when I pulled up the blinds I immediately determined to grab my camera and take a drive. Among photographic “rewards” were the sightings of four bald eagles, one pictured here as it leaves its shoreline perch. Also spotted two hawks, Canada geese and a number of shorebirds.

July 31st, 2021

Island bluff: 2008

A beautiful island bluff from a 2008 cruise through the islands. Note bald eagle on tree.

July 7th, 2021

Watching over Canoe Pass: 2013

One of my favorite eagle shots, for some reason. This eagle perched on a snag over Canoe Pass. I’ve passed over this bridge countless times over the years and have only seen an eagle on that cliff site once or twice. The snag has since suffered the ravages of time.

June 27th, 2021

Time to go…

Bald eagle leaves perch on power pole, northeast Fidalgo shoreline.

June 21st, 2021

Bald on the beach

Taking advantage of low tides this morning on the Fidalgo Island shoreline was this beautiful bald eagle.

April 9th, 2021

Eagle stationed at Canoe Pass: 2013

This bald eagle’s white head against the South Fidalgo bluff wall caught my attention. He was perched on a snag over Canoe Pass, a snag that has since snapped in half. I haven’t seen an eagle in this location since.

March 31st, 2021

Kayaker photographs eagle

I spotted the eagle first, and then a few minutes later noticed a kayaker approaching the rocks where it was perched. Kayaking and wildlife photography … a great combination! Gull Rock near Rosario.

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