Canadian Nature Visions | Bald Eagles

Bald Eagles

February 05, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

Bald Eagles are a common site in the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, in January and February since most of the chicken ranches throw out their dead. Getting good aerial photos is always the challenge especially trying to auto focus an 840mm lens and simultaneously keep the bird in view.

Bald Eagles

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Bald Eagle and River Otter

The River Otter is too much for the eagle to handle but the River Otter had a large eel in its grasp and the eagle was looking for a way to steal and swallow it's tricky catch.

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