~ Report from the Edge of a Continent ~ Eagles ~


On my beach walk this morning, there were at least 10 Bald Eagles waiting near and vying for a place to feast at the carcass of a Pacific White-sided Dolphin (not endangered) that had washed ashore at high tide.

Five mature Bald Eagles and two subadult ~ Haliaeetus leucocephalus

Several crows were in attendance as well as one Turkey Vulture.

Bald Eagle ~ Haliaeetus leucocephalus & Turkey Vulture Cathartes aura
Immature Bald Eagle ~ Haliaeetus leucocephalus

Wishing everyone safe harbor, as we navigate onward. Please mask-up and stay safe.🐾

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2 Responses to ~ Report from the Edge of a Continent ~ Eagles ~

  1. judigoldberg says:

    what a site sight that must have been

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