Junior Raptors

Joined
Jan 28, 2005
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Location
Viera, Florida
Hi Y'all,

Our pair of eagles produced a fine young eagle
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our caracaras had two young ones
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Joined
Mar 15, 2006
Messages
313
Location
NYC suburbs
Very nice shots...I love the juvenile bald eagles, they look great with their dark heads before the white starts to appear. Then I've always felt like they go through that awkward stage where their splotchy white and brown heads look more like they need a good bath...but that's just me. Seriously, nice captures of all the young ones. (I've never seen a caracas in the wild, it must be fantastic to see them both young and adult) On a less serious note...I have a question to the Floridians...why is it that the bald eagles flee NY in mid-March because they want to hang out with the ice flows, but they are plenty happy to stay in Florida all year 'round where there are never ice flows??? The juvenile proves it isn't a case of the adults moving south to retire. I'm truly jealous!!
 
Joined
Jan 25, 2005
Messages
994
Location
Alabama
Excellent set harry. I'm missing Florida sooooo much. Hopefully, I'll be able to visit you guys in a month or so, but however long the visit, it is never long enough. :rolleyes:
 
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