So Many Eagles

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Seeing a bald eagle isn’t an every-day experience for me so I was pretty impressed when I would see one on our cruise of the inside passage of Alaska. Then we passed this rock outcrop and behold there were 6 bald eagles and 4 other birds of prey that I don’t recognize.

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Here is a blow-up of the other birds. I am wondering if they are golden eagles. If you know what they are, please comment below.

17 thoughts on “So Many Eagles

  1. I’m no expert but my guess would be they are “teenage” eagles…but wow, you really hit the jackpot here, Pat!! What an amazing sight and capture!


  2. Can I just say WOW. WOW! WOW! WOW! I have yet to get a good view of one. My daughter sees them all the time. Now about the brown ones, bald eagles tend to stick to them selves so I would say they are their young, teenagers if you will. Bald eagles are all brown when they are young but I don’t know at what age it turns white. So that’s just my 2 cents for what its worth LOL


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