Eagle juvenile


Two seconds.

That is all the time I had when I rounded a corner and startled a juvenile Bald Eagle (hatched this year). That is the time it took for the eagle from being in a hidden perch on my left, to flying in front of me, and then vanishing to my right. It was very close and didn’t all fit in the frame.

The first picture is a full-frame crop from the camera and is amazingly sharp. The second is a tighter crop of the head.


This entry was posted in birds. Bookmark the permalink.

6 Responses to Eagle juvenile

  1. Karen Pidcock says:

    You are amazing at catching so quickly birds in flight!

  2. Joan Arnott says:

    Absolutely stunning,
    thank you!

  3. Allan Hobden says:



  4. Gail Frampton says:

    Wow! Amazing shots of that Eagle!
    Thanks for sharing that!

  5. Stephen Wells says:

    Fantastic. That expression is priceless.

  6. Colleen Scissons says:

    Thank you for the close up view! Staring you right in the eyes! I was most amazed by the mouth of the eagle in the second photo.

Comments are closed.