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Offline Wilma

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Bald Eagles
« on: December 02, 2015, 11:37:57 AM »
I am starting a new thread on these majestic birds because the old one I found hasn't been posted on for many years.

Yesterday, on our way home from Wichita, I saw two of these mighty birds.  Not one, but two and they were miles apart.  The first one was west of Beaumont and I identified it by it's white tail flashing in the sunlight as it made a turn.

The second one was about a mile west of the 400/99 junction.  I saw both the head and the tail as the eagle turned towards us.

That is the most eagles I have seen in one day since the day that there were so many of them at the Winfield Lake.

Is anyone else seeing more eagles than usual in this area?

Offline Anmar

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Re: Bald Eagles
« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2015, 12:08:10 AM »
I was in Grenola for Thanksgiving.  We saw 5-6 eagles in just a few days.  They were amazing.  One of them was a youngin, and still had a brown tail.
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Offline upoladeb

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Re: Bald Eagles
« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2015, 05:34:06 PM »
we've been seeing 1 changed adult and 2 unchanged adolesents down the road off 26th and grain they have been around for a few days.today being Dec 7th

 

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