|Occasionally Catching the Eagles in Flight|
Last week I dropped by the Connecticut River and was thrilled to see that my Eagles are back. They are working on their nest, suspended precariously at the top of a snag, high above the Vermont shore. With varying degrees of success, this has been their breeding site for many years. The consistent location makes it easy to follow, and photograph, their progress. Last year one hatchling appeared to flourish.
|Building from 2016|
|Favorite Take-Off from 2016|
won’t be able to get back to my spot along the river or a couple of weeks.
Who knows what excitement might unfold in the interim.