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Thimbleanna

Wow Judy. You see THE coolest things out in the country. I love that you caught it on film -- I would have been too busy watching!

TexWisGirl

wonderful shots of the eagle!

Barb

Oh, I would have loved to see that in person!

Corinne

Oh, how beautiful....love the eagle in flight...
loves his under feathers there....they're really a gorgeous bird!!!
I AM glad the duck got away!....
thanks for sharing...... these are great photos as always!
Corinne

Nancy

A perfect series of photos!

Linda

Judy, what an amazing series of action photos!!! I love this!

Rose

Oh, that would have been wonderful to witness!

Randy

These are great!

Ann

Talk about being a sitting duck. That duck licked out. Isn't it a wonderful privilliage to see nature in action.

Cheryl

I love this series of shots! The duck went under just at the right time. Better luck next time, Young Eagle! Great captures, Judy!!

Vee

You did a great job with all those photos that tell the story. Better luck next time for the young eagle. He's got to eat something!

Carver

I love the mental image of the adult eagle laughing at the juvenile's hunting exploits. Good series of shots.

Barbara Neubech

...great photos, Judy. You caught all the action... Cute eagle, clever duck.
I'm sure you're right in what the adult Eagle was thinking... hehehe
Hugs and Blessings ...
Barb xxx

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