Eagle migration

Discussion in 'Birds' started by Lou Buscher, Jun 3, 2007.

  1. When the waters freeze and the winter sets in to the North Country the eagle finds the food supply no longer available. (That being fish, the bald eagles main diet). Some how they know there are other places for food. How, I can’t say, I don’t know, but they communicate with each other in some way. I can hear them talk and I see them in large groups at places food is abundant. Truly amazing how Nature takes and gives. These are a few of the many I have taken at different places over the last two migrations. (10 Photos)


  2. WOW!!!! Lou these are gorgeous! I'm especially partial to #7. I hope I can get an eagle like these some day! keep em comin! ANd I'll keep on droolin'!:wink:
  3. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Very nice work Lou
  4. THanks Gale I enjoy going over my files from time to time. Today I pulled about 120 files on how to build an eagle nest. Yeah that's right we did the hard work for this young pair that lost their nest to some poor construction and some strong winds over a few years so after much begging on my part the DEC spent the time and money to build them a foundation platform. I'll have to make a slide show of it as it worked great.
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