There’s That Look Again

This afternoon I arrived at the marsh area and immediately noticed a now familiar site at the edge of the salt marsh.

Same tree, same branch, same eagle, different day. Plus, he was giving me that look again.

Ok, I know it’s yet another grey, rainy, cool, windy day and everyone is sick of it. But at least this time the heavy rain held off, so I hoped I might be able to get a jump off and possibly a flight shot if the eagle decided to leave his favorite tree at any point.

So I did indeed wait, and after about half an hour I could see the eagle was beginning the get restless. (actually he relieved himself, and yes I have a photo) so I was ready for a potential jump off.

And that’s just what he did, and as usual he took a hard right immediately after clearing the branches and in a blink was all the way across the marsh.

I have to admit though, it was great seeing the big guy again. (If I’m allowed to refer to both Mr. A and the eagle as “the big guy”)  🙂

Bald Eagle Jumps Off From Pine Tree

Bald Eagle Jumps Off From Pine Tree

Bald Eagle Jumps Off From Pine Tree

Bald Eagle Jumps Off From Pine Tree

Bald Eagle Jumps Off From Pine Tree

Bald Eagle Jumps Off From Pine Tree

21 thoughts on “There’s That Look Again

  1. We had nesting eagles restored here several years back and I do get to see them on occasion. But I never am able to be close enough to get a decent image of one. You do however and they look great, Phil.

    • The pair that we see most often have a nest with two large chicks but it’s across the marsh and can be viewed with a scope but is too far off for pics. I just have to hope one flies in close from time to time.

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