Photos by Tag: eagle

May 26th, 2020

Eagle perches at Canoe Pass

It was 2013 when I glanced to the south cliff of Fidalgo Island from Canoe Pass Bridge and spotted this eagle. I have never seen an eagle on that snag since, so I am pleased to have this image in my archives.

March 14th, 2020

Deception Pass respite

Rather than subjecting myself to more news about the coronavirus pandemic I chose today to visit Deception Pass State Park. Fresh air, natural beauty and safe space between me and those who chose the same outdoor adventure. Not escape, but a welcome respite.

January 28th, 2020

Rare sighting

On my many trips to and from Whidbey Island over the years, I have only seen an eagle on this Fidalgo Island snag on two or three occasions. On this day in 2013 I was fortunate to find a parking spot and get to Canoe Pass Bridge in time to take a few shots.

January 10th, 2020

Eagle with unusual coloring

Although these eagles were quite a distance from me in a Bay View field, I could see the eagle on the left had unusual coloring. A large drainage ditch prevented me from getting any closer for a more detailed image. My research suggests a genetic mutation called “leucism,” where pigment is absent from some feathers. […]

December 18th, 2019

Prepare for takeoff

This eagle, perched in the branches of a tree near the North Fork of the Skagit River, decided two minutes of his time was all he had to offer this photographer. Up and away!

July 8th, 2011

Cold stare

A bald eagle roosts in a tree on the east side of March’s Point.

April 15th, 2011

Field supervisor

A heavy equipment operator near the Sulex sulfur plant on Farm to Market Road appears to be under the watchful eye of a bald eagle perched nearby.

October 11th, 2010

Canoe Pass perch

As usual, it was the movement of the eagle’s white head against a dark background that drew my attention. This eagle was perched on a cliffside tree near Canoe Pass on the south end of Fidalgo Island. There are times when a fixed lens proves to be inadequate for the “assignment.” This was one of […]

October 21st, 2009

Distracted eagle

If you blinked Wednesday you may have missed the sunshine, but I was fortunate to encounter this eagle and a friend on the Fidalgo Bay shoreline mid-afternoon. I spotted an eagle on the beach, but when I pulled over I found there were two … and they didn’t stick around for a photo op. This […]

October 2nd, 2009

Pass perch

It was impossible to get close, but I enjoyed watching this eagle for a few minutes on a perch opposite Canoe Pass Bridge this morning.

September 30th, 2009

Pre-bald eagle

This “pre-bald,” or immature eagle, posed patiently for me last winter. I look forward to photography on the cold, clear days that lie ahead.

January 27th, 2009

Soaring

Based on the weather forecast, I ventured out Monday afternoon to take advantage of sunshine and blue skies. I was rewarded with this photograph of a bald eagle, leaving its perch on the shoreline of March’s Point.

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