Our owner let everyone off at 12:00 today, so I headed over to the Eagle's nest in hopes of getting some shots of them in decent light. One was on the nest, but as has been the case in my last several trips, they weren't flying. I left for a couple of hours (to shoot GBH's), and then headed back to the nest at about 3:30. Great light, but no Eagles. Finally, just as the sun was setting, the male flew over, circled 'the tree', but then went on to the nest. I guess the female needed a break, because about two minutes later, she came off of the nest, and headed right towards where I was set up. I wish that she had appeared about 10 minutes earlier because the light was really good then, but at least I got some shots. Here are some of them. Shot with the D2H / 300 2.8 + 1.7 TC. I was pushing the shutter and aperture to the max trying to avoid going to ISO 400, so there's some motion blur, and the light was so dim that I did get a little noise, but I'm fairly happy with these. :smile: Approach: Touch down: Soaking up some rays: I'm going back in the morning. Be there before sunrise.