Catching Lunch
(Bald Eagle - Haliaectus leucocephalus)

Florida Keys -
Sunday, June 3, 2007
by: Bernice K. Fugate

Here's a great shot I took from our balcony in the Keys last weekend.

She had a nest just a few feet away, and had her lunch every day in this same spot.

I took dozens of pictures of her, but I think this one was the best. I love the eye and the talons - she was just a spectacular bird.

Bernice K Fugate

Editor's note: T
his image is of an immature bald eagle. An adult has a yellow bill and the dark feathers are a solid colour.


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