This seems to be the year of the Eagle. Wherever I go, there they are! Better take advantage of the opportunities when they present themselves. This juvenile Bald Eagle was perched atop a power pole right alongside a very busy road in the southern part of Indian River County. Not the most natural setting but this what wildlife will have to increasingly contend with. The new natural. Very sad.
Caught this Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) perched atop a power pole overlooking Florida State Road A1A near Sebastian Inlet State Park under ominously cloudy skies. Eventually, the big bird flew off toward the nearby ocean where it was lost from sight beyond the dune and tall seagrapes.
Bald Eagles (Haliaetus leucocephalus) are nesting in a dead tree in Sebastian, Florida in the middle of a scrubby conservation area surrounded by bedroom suburbia. This is the mother Bald Eagle keeping an eye on her young from a dead tree nearby the nest. A view of the nest site amidst the scrub. The three Eagle nestlings take a long, careful, look at a visitor to the nest. This does not look like a relative. Mom returns to the nest […]
Those who stuck around long enough after the field trip portion of Saturday’s Florida Medical Entomology Laboratory-Pelican Island Audubon Society conservation stewardship class were treated to the sight of two adult Bald Eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) and a juvenile Bald Eagle soaring overhead above the Audubon House located at the Oslo Riverfront Conservation Area. Juvenile Bald Eagles, like the one pictured above, don’t attain the classic Bald Eagle appearance until four to five years of age when they molt into their […]
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I rarely take pictures from an automobile even though that particular method is touted as being a good mobile blind for bird photography. Today, though, turned out to be the exception to the rule as can be seen in these images of a juvenile Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) I was able to take on the drive to my mother’s home in the country this afternoon. Turning onto the country lane leading to my mother’s house I glimpsed through the trees […]