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  Watching over the two Baby Eglits, Photo by ~ Coleman (Cowboy) Tilghman Jr. 04/03/2012

Watching over the two Baby Eglits, Photo by ~ Coleman (Cowboy) Tilghman Jr. 04/03/2012
Image credit: © RoadMaster04

Uploader comment: The Eagles of Fort Donelson here in Dover TN.


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Comment icon #3 Posted by Still Waters on 4 April, 2012, 10:37
Great shot!
Comment icon #2 Posted by RoadMaster04 on 5 April, 2012, 1:56
Thank you Still, I hope to get a 500mm lens for my canon then I can get right in there nest.
Comment icon #1 Posted by Still Waters on 5 April, 2012, 9:19
That should be good, you're lucky to see that. Last year I watched a webcam of an Eagles nest and their chicks. It was fascinating to see the chicks grow from helpless little things to birds the size of the adults, they put up with all kinds of weather too, it snowed even but they all thrived which was good. At the moment I'm keeping an eye on an Osprey and her nest, she's in this country but hasn't laid any eggs yet so is early days. We've had snow here too. I love to see stuff like this

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