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Eagles on the River!


Hey neighbors!

I went out to shoot some eagles this morning.  No, not with a gun, with my camera.  I have never seen so many eagles before!  They were all over!  So I took a few pictures and one short video clip.  I am going to share them here, and I am also going to share the link to the site my daughter and I started.  It is for us to share our photos on with others.  It is called For Thy Pleasure.



Anyway, here are some of the pictures.  The video will be at the bottom.  At the very beginning of the clip you will hear the eagle.



There are actually four flying in a line here.





Gorgeous!



This is just a few of the eagles out this morning.

In this photo you will see the eagle has a fish in it's beak.

Nice profile picture.



Thanks for stopping by!  Be sure to visit For Thy Pleasure.

Please do not copy, download or in anyway use the videos or pictures, as they are the property of At the Fence.  If you are interested in using one, please contact us to ask permission.

Comments

ShellyH said…
Wow...beautiful Lori! I love bird watching and actually keep a journal of the different birds I get to see. Amazing photos!
Unknown said…
How pretty these pictures are of the Eagles, you do great at taking pictures and this looks so peaceful, thank you for sharing these pictures with us
Wanda McHenry said…
You are blessed to see these amazing birds. I think I've only seen one or two in my life!
Nancy said…
These are wonderful photos! I am sure you enjoyed your photo time!
kmcgrew213 said…
beautiful pictures! i love eagles -- so serene!

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