How to See More Bald Eagles

Advice on what, where and when  
By Brian M. Collins
Published: March 1, 2007
Suddenly, from over the treetops, an adult bald eagle, its head and tail brilliantly white, dipped a wing over the river. It climbed skyward for a moment, then swept back down to the surface of the river. Gracefully, and seemingly on the end of a single, middle talon, the eagle snagged a medium-sized fish from the water just behind our canoe. The fish, silvery in the sun, wiggled slightly as the eagle powered away over the treetops.
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