Monday, February 6, 2012


Joan and I spent Friday February 3 along the Delaware River and lower New York State looking for Eagles. Normally this time of year is prime to see 50 to 75 eagles a day in that area.  However the warm weather this year has resulted in eagles not migrating and congregating in normal spots.  The rivers, lakes and ponds north of us have been open and eagles still have plenty of food source.  We did see 5 different eagles on Friday-all eagles that are nesting along the Delaware River.  We were teated to quite a show at the end of the day at Zane Gray Boat Launch.  Both of the resident eagles did a fishing pass for us three different times. 





Until next Time

Jim Borden





7 comments:

PaWingers said...

Holy Crap Jim, you got some awesome shots there! They are so sharp and the light is perfect.

Matt M said...

Wow, great photos Jim.

Jay said...

Amazing photos!

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Ritchie said...

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Coy Hill said...

Woah! What incredible shots and talk about nailing it! just couldn't be any better! Great subject,subject expression, comp, incredible light and tack sharp!

Willard said...

Superb--I second Coy's comment.