Juvenile Eagle seems to be in combat training with elderly Bald Eagle… or could just be mating season and it is just a lovers spat? Submitted by Jim Auty.
Amazing to see 16 Bald Eagles on the frozen waters of the Hamilton Bay; capturing a dozen in one picture was even more exciting! Submitted by Pat Wintemute.
Janine Weaver came across this Bald Eagle doing a little ice fishing of his own at Bayfront Park, Hamilton.
Lois McNaught found this juvenile Bald Eagle along the Harbourfront Trail on the waterfront.
A Bald Eagle sitting on a tree at the Caledonia Dam. Submitted by Rick Grant.
While walking along the Harbourfront Trail, I was thrilled to see this juvenile Bald Eagle who was kind enough to pose for me. Submitted by Lois McNaught.
Mick Madderson captured a nice picture of this young Bald Eagle at LaSalle Park in Burlington.
While waiting for the fog to clear I was watching the Bald Eagle sitting quietly undisturbed in the forest trees. Submitted by Pat Wintemute.
“I was lucky enough to capture this mother Bald Eagle returning to the nest”, writes John Kaumeyer. “You can see the two babies in the nest getting all excited to see Mom back home”.
“I decided to venture out to see if I could find the Bald Eagle”, writes David Barnes. “After a few hours wait, this is what I was treated to!”