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Wordless Wednesday - Welcome to My Branch

Bald Eagle with a Crow on a Branch

Montana Bald Eagle

Bald Eagles are a frequent sight along the Clark Fork River. They seem to come back to the same areas so we know where to look for them and enjoy seeing them on our drive. We loved that he was sharing his branch with a crow - that was the first time we've seen that!

Here's Another Bald Eagle Photo 

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Karen Fiddler, Broker/Owner
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What amazing birds! You are so lucky to have them in your area. I have seen them along the Mississippi River visiting my son in college in Illinois and it's amazing.

Sep 09, 2009 03:33 AM #1
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Monica Bourgeau
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Thanks Karen - they are amazing birds, we love to watch them - especially when they're fishing :)

Sep 09, 2009 03:56 AM #2
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Liz Miller
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Looks like the crow knew its place in the pecking order, though, Kevin and Monica.  Beautiful close-up of a bald eagle.  We don't get to see them in the wild here.

Sep 09, 2009 04:51 AM #3
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Janna Scharf
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Eagles are a common sight here, too, but one that never grows old.  Seasonally they come in droves to certain areas of Lake Coeur d'Alene to feast on the spawning salmon.  Thanks for visiting my blog today!

Sep 09, 2009 04:58 AM #4
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Rene Fabre
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Wow, that's one brave crow! Nice pictures. 

Sep 09, 2009 05:03 AM #5
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Monica Bourgeau
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Thanks Liz, I guess bald eagles must not be "snow birds" and winter in Arizona.

Hi Janna - thanks for visiting our blog as well, we have even seen bald eagles in Coeur d'Alene - beautiful city.

Thanks Rene - good to see you on our blog :)

Sep 09, 2009 07:52 AM #6
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Mike Mitchell
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Wow, those a great pictures! I just love the bald eagle, what a beautiful bird! Thanks for sharing!

Sep 09, 2009 08:41 AM #7
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Ann Allen Hoover
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How cool that you got to take this photo!  I don't remember ever seeing a bald eagle.   I hope to experience that some day.

Sep 09, 2009 08:49 AM #8
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Kevin & Monica,

You captured some great photos of the bald eagle.  The first one is quite interesting.  I wonder how long it took the crow to realize that if he did not leave the branch quickly, he might end up as dinner.   Thank you for sharing these.

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Kevin and Monica,

Those are fantastically clear shots. You really represent a great area. :)

Steve

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Monica Bourgeau
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Thank you for all of the great comments. Gerry - I don't think it took the crow very long, he didn't overstay his welcome for sure.

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that' is absolutely beautifl..I've only ever seen them in person once....they had one that had been rescued...gorgeous birds

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Thanks Konnie, we see eagles frequently but they still amaze me every time.

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