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Thursday, March 4, 2010

Fierce Love

Many people are watching this pair of Bald Eagles and hoping that this year their mating will result in some chicks, unlike a past year when the nest (visible on the left) remained empty. Bald Eagles are thought to mate for life but will choose a new partner should one die or the union fail to produce offspring. They generally live for about 20 years.


Carolyn said...

What an outstanding action photo. I have to admit I am missing my eagles and ravens while I am here in the east. Most times I see them they are arguing over fish or sitting in a tree. Wonderful shot.

Dean Lewis said...

And that's just the foreplay.

JoJo said...

Wow you have the most incredible luck to find these amazing moments!!

*bom chicka wah wah* ;p

Dave Harris said...

Great shot! Keep it up Benjamin!

Benjamin Madison said...

Thanks all for your very kind remarks.