Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Juvenille Bald Eagle still in Millbury

Photo by Edd Cote

I am happy to report that it appears as if the juvenile Bald Eagle is still in the Millbury area as Edd saw it today in the same tree as last time at 11:06 today. He was able to get a couple of shots before it flew off toward Lake Singletary.

Photo by Edd Cote

Not sure if that lake is completely frozen yet, but my guess is most of it is by now, so I will be curious to see if it decides to hang around some, especially near the Blackstone River (the Millbury Bike Path would be most preferred of course)!

Take care all

9 comments:

MaineBirder said...

Kudos to Edd for the great photos!

We have a first year Bald Eagle flying around our frozen cove harassing Gulls. The open water at the upper end keeps enough prey around for the Eagle.

Kelly said...

I hope he hangs around for you! Beautiful photos!!

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

Nice to see this. I hope it will stay in your area.

Chris Petrak said...

What a treat! I can remember when you had to travel to real wilderness to maybe get a distant glimpse of a BAEA - now we can find them practically in our back yard - always a treat and always an impressive bird.

Andy said...

Such a magnificent bird!

The Early Birder said...

Superb. Hope you get many more sightings.

Steve Borichevsky said...

Cool shots Ed. In case I don’t have a chance to say it later, Merry Christmas Kim!

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Robin Robinson said...

NNNnaaaaaaaiiiiiice flight shots of the juvie!

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