A bald eagle flying at Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge in Sequim, Washington.
I took these during my trip to the state of Washington to visit my parents in May 2007.
They were taken at the start of the spit from the beach in Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge in Sequim.
This was the only time I can recall seeing a bald eagle in the wild.
Though I saw several bald eagles at Dollywood park in Tennessee when I was there in 1993. I have heard the eagle aviary at Dollywood was instrumental in repopulating the bald eagle since then.
Cool shots! I was to Dungeness myself back in 1998, but did not see any eagles. Did once see one in a tree in Guilford, CT once. It flew away quickly. We have a number of pairs here in Connecticut, all near the big rivers (Housatonic and Connecticut). They are impressive birds!
Posted by Georjean | Wednesday 04 July 2007 5:18PM
Awesome pictures! I have never had the luck to photograph an Eagle.They are so majestic!
Posted by Allison | Thursday 05 July 2007 10:32AM
Posted by Trish | Thursday 05 July 2007 2:24PM
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