Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Eagle at Tierra Verde, Florida

I took these photographs February 2011. I posted photographs taken February 2009 at the same location, click here to see the earlier post. The photographs then were of what I thought was a 3rd year eagle. So is this the 5th year, or has the 3rd year eagle gone and this is one of the original parent eagles?

Sorry, the photographs aren't closer, there is a pond between the nest and me. With signs that people are not allowed any closer, due to the eagle nest.

I retire the end of the month. I will see if I am able to get back to blogging, or if retirement will still have me too busy to sit in front of a computer.

Posted by Picasa

11 comments:

Lynne at Hasty Brook said...

It's nice to see you here, but I do understand about being busy. Congratulations on your coming retirement!

Shelley said...

Always thrilling to see an eagle! You must be excited for your retirement - more time for your knitting projects, grandchildren and photography!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Lovely pictures,even from a distance.

Elaine said...

It's always fun to see an eagle! You'll enjoy your retirement, but you're right about being busy. Seems like I have way more to do than I could possibly get done, but perhaps I'm just moving slower....

Darla said...

Been thinking about where you have been? Hope all is well....retirement? Congrats!

Janice K said...

So nice to hear from you once again. You always had such interesting posts, and I enjoyed seeing the new things you were making.

Those two eagle shots look like they could have been taken the same day. What a coincidence!

Hope you enjoy your retirment...I know I really like it.

troutbirder said...

What fun to see Eagles wherever they are. On our recent trip to Florida we didn't see a single Eagles .... but a least 50 Osprey which are quite rare in Minnesota. :)

Jan said...

I'm excited to see your post. The eagles are great. Happy retirement. You'll probably be busier than ever, I know I am.

Coy said...

Catching an eagle on the nest must have been exciting! Good luck with your retirement and congratulations!

It's Time to Live said...

Great find. Retirement is great! I only work 2 jobs now. :(

Connie said...

He certainly hauled a lot of branches for making the nest ... That is amazing!

ALL PHOTOGRAPHS ON THIS SITE ARE COPYRIGHTED BY LEEDRA SCOTT
THEY MAY NOT BE USED WITHOUT MY WRITTEN CONSENT
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
EMAIL: LEEDRA.SCOTT@GMAIL.COM