This bald eagle prepares to land near Sawmill Creek in Sitka, Alaska.
Among the Alders
An American Bald Eagle soars among the alder trees near Sawmill Creek in Sitka, Alaska.
I love this guy. The bloody beak and shredded feathers give him so much character.
A North American Bald Eagle rests on a rock on Eagle Beach in Sitka Alaska.
Catch of the Day
A Bald Eagle catches a salmon fry out of Sitka Harbor.
A Bald Eagle flies away from me after catching a salmon fry out of Sitka Harbor
This bird had been fishing in Sitka Harbor, He was content and let me get pretty close to get this shot.
A Bald Eagle flying over Sitka Harbor caught me taking his photograph.
While I was shooting photo's of the local eagles fishing this one landed on the rocks right below my feet.
This juvenile eagle stabs his talons into the waters of Sitka Harbor in an unsuccessful attempt at fishing. This bird is almost into its adult colors, its probably between four and five years old.
Fishing, not Catching
A Bald Eagle after an unsuccessful fishing attempt, Note the colors, this is a juvenile eagle just coming into its adult colors.
A Bald Eagle stretches its talons in an attempt to grab a small fish.
That Salmon Fry in his talon looks like a morsel and it is. These birds need to eat up to a pound of food every day.
Bounty in the Reflection
I inverted and cropped "Bounty in the Reflection"