Peso

Jack Davis jdavisf8 at comcast.net
Thu Apr 11 14:50:10 EDT 2019


I wouldn't venture a guess as to 
what she might run across in
"preserve" water that's added
for the migration period. I'd guess
whatever is eatable and unlucky.
Thanks for commenting, Alan!






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> On Apr 11, 2019, at 10:44 AM, Alan C <cole at lantic.net> wrote:
> 
> That's an interesting shot, Jack. I wonder what it's after? I have seen Fish Eagles catching crabs in the shallow, muddy waters of the mangrove swamps of the Natal north coast. i have also seen Tawny Eagles picking up individual termites with their huge beaks. I think eagles will take what they can get.
> 
> Alan C
> 
>> On 11-Apr-19 06:39 PM, Jack Davis wrote:
>> Female Eagle escaping from her two nearly grown chicks at a local refuge.
>> 
>> I've never seen an Eagle in water, so gave it a try even though she was extremely far away. The
>> 
>> distance is indicated by a thin soft vail, but feel it's acceptable, obviously.
>> 
>> The refuge is being slowly drained as the fall migration has now virtually ended. She is doubtless
>> 
>> standing on the lake bottom.
>> 
>> 
>> DFA 150-450/Pentax K3 ll
>> 
>> 
>> Northern Central Cal refuge.
>> 
>> 
>> C&C?
>> 
>> 
>> Thanks!
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> https://www.photo.net/photo/18532628
>> 
>> 
>> J
> 
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