Posts Tagged ‘Bald Eagle’

Using my favorite lens, a Canon EF300L IS f/2.8 with a 1.4X Extender on a Canon 7D, I got this photo of two Bald Eagles (juveniles; about 2-4 years old is my guess) from 200 yards on the Little Buffalo River yesterday. My best guess is the eagle on the left is a female. Next year they will probably have white heads and tails.




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Just above and below the Will Jones Road crossing:



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I saw an eagle landing on a tree next to the Little Buffalo River near Parthenon. They are both long shots with a Canon 1D M3 and a Canon 400 DO/IS Lens:


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I have been very lucky this week. Today, I saw a beautiful adult Bald Eagle along the Little Buffalo River, between Henderson and Reynolds Mountains. Also, saw Two American Kestrels along Highway 327 this morning while driving to Jasper for supplies. I took this photo with a Canon EF 600mm f/4 L and a Canon 1DS full frame (so it is only a crop out of the photo). I handheld the entire 27 pound package. This was the only photo were I had no movement. It is a beautiful but chilly late February day:


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