|American Bald Eagle and eaglet at Magee Marsh (view from the parking lot).|
|Adult American Bald Eagle preening.|
|The view of the eagle's nest from the boardwalk. I was told this was the second year for the "boardwalk" eagles. This shot lets you see how large the aerie already has become.|
|A severed gull's wing hanging in a tree was evidence of the nearby eagle's nest. The gull wing became a landmark of sorts, and I heard once or twice, "a Cape May Warbler is at the gull's wing," or "possible golden-winged warbler at the gull's wing."|
I photographed the eagle and eaglet during The Biggest Week in American Birding.
I'll get busy with warbler posts soon!