Target Lock
Target Lock

A bald eagle near Tenakee Springs, AK locks in on some food below.

Soaring
Soaring
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Tight Turn
Tight Turn

A bald eagle in a tight, banked, turn.

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Treeline
Treeline

This bald eagle streaks through the fog near a tree line in southeast Alaska.

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Got It!
Got It!

Another nice pick up of a fish.

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Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge
Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge
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Juvenile Bald Eagle
Juvenile Bald Eagle
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Juvenile Bald Eagle
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Git!
Git!

This is my field.

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Power Look
Power Look

A bald eagle surveying the land from a power pole near the Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge.

Take Off
Take Off

A bald eagle takes off from near Hoquiam, WA.

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Club Meeting
Club Meeting

A meeting of bald eagles on the frozen marsh at the Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge.

The Look
The Look

With vision 4-8 times more powerful than humans, bald eagles are believed to be able to spot a rabbit, or even a mouse, from 2 miles away.

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Target Lock
Soaring
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IMG_3165.jpg
IMG_3198.jpg
IMG_3138.jpg
Tight Turn
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IMG_3083.jpg
IMG_3068.jpg
IMG_3059.jpg
IMG_3003-Edit.jpg
IMG_2995-Edit.jpg
IMG_2979.jpg
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IMG_2891.jpg
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Treeline
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Got It!
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IMG_1681.jpg
IMG_1614.jpg
2U7R5539.jpg
2U7R5293-Edit.jpg
2U7R5260.jpg
2U7R5146.jpg
2U7R4809.jpg
Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge
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Juvenile Bald Eagle
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Juvenile Bald Eagle
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Git!
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Power Look
Take Off
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Club Meeting
The Look
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Target Lock

A bald eagle near Tenakee Springs, AK locks in on some food below.

Soaring
Tight Turn

A bald eagle in a tight, banked, turn.

Treeline

This bald eagle streaks through the fog near a tree line in southeast Alaska.

Got It!

Another nice pick up of a fish.

Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge
Juvenile Bald Eagle
Juvenile Bald Eagle
Git!

This is my field.

Power Look

A bald eagle surveying the land from a power pole near the Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge.

Take Off

A bald eagle takes off from near Hoquiam, WA.

Club Meeting

A meeting of bald eagles on the frozen marsh at the Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge.

The Look

With vision 4-8 times more powerful than humans, bald eagles are believed to be able to spot a rabbit, or even a mouse, from 2 miles away.

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