Great Bear Rainforest, BC. Many eagles add a soft lining of moss or grass to their large nests to make them more comfortable
Swoop,. Snatch and Swirl
Sunshine Coast, BC, Canada. Bald eagles hunt for fish which it snatches from the water with its long talons
Two Hearts as One
Sunshine Coast, BC. Bald eagles mate for life and work together to raise their young and defend their territory
Texada Island, BC, Canada. Bald Eagles will use anything as a lookout perch, including this old enormous machine part.
Sunshine Coast, BC. A male Bald Eagle trying out some tricky flying moves.
Winners and Losers
Sunshine Coast, BC. A female Bald Eagle carrying a raven chick back to the nest for her young.
Sunshine Coast, BC. A female Bald Eagle searches for prey for her young eaglet
Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya. The latin name for the African Fish eagle is Haliaeetus vocifer, for its evocative but very loud call.
Eagles in the Mist
Sunshine Coast, BC, Canada. A pair of bald eagles watch over their nest on surrounded by swirling coastal mist
Sunshine Coast, BC. Bald Eagles often choose dead trees as perfect lookout spots
Sunshine Coast, BC, Canada. Eagles mate for life and will work together to defend their territory from any intruders. This pair were calling to persuade a passing juvenile to keep on going!
Watching and Waiting
Sunshine Coast, BC. Canada. Bald Eagles often choose dead snags to give them an all round clear view while they watch and wait for prey.
Sunshine Coast, BC. This Bald Eagle is eying up one of the adults from the neighbouring territory in a border dispute on a beach near my home.
Sunshine Coast, BC. An adult Bald Eagle hunting for food at low tide for hungry chicks
Sunshine Coast, BC
Fraser Valley, BC
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