10.22.2013

Wordless Wednesday - Bald Eagle


Welcome back for Wordless Wednesday!

I was able to get a couple of great shots of a Bald Eagle at Brookgreen Gardens in South Carolina. 

(The animals they have are unable to live in the wild due to injury.)




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    1. Thanks Talya! I liked your shadow shot!

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  2. Great pics -- love the bottom one!

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    1. Thanks! Isn't it an elegant bird?

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  3. Wow, fantastic photos. I saw bald eagles in Alaska a few months ago. They were amazing.

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    1. I bet that was awesome! I'd love to go to Alaska one day.

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  4. What was wrong with the Eagle? He looks great, but usually they don't spend much time near the ground, so obviously he is there for a reason.

    Beautiful bird.

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    1. Thanks Sheryl. Loved your tea party shots!

      Have a great day!

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  5. For some reason I keep mistaking hawks for eagles. Both are uncommon nonetheless.

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    1. I find it harder to identify them in the air. When we were at the beach recently, I thought a hawk was diving into the ocean to get fish...it was an osprey. Silly me.

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  6. It's nice that they keep the injured birds, they do that at our zoo too. :)

    You did get a great pic!

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  7. They are such magnificent birds, great shots!

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    1. Thanks Jenn! Hope you feel better!

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    1. Thanks so much for dropping by! I love wildlife.

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  9. I am thrilled to see these wonderful bird shots Mary! I am a big bird enthusiast! Thanks for hosting.

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    1. You're very welcome Judy! I'll post some hunting osprey shots soon!

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