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Eagles Over The Pond Yesterday

I had three of them for the first time....their numbers are increasing. They must be nesting in the area.
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Never seen 3 at the same time.


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Since they are in Texas and successful looking, I assume they aren't Philadelphia Eagles.


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Originally Posted by Theo Gallus
Since they are in Texas and successful looking, I assume they aren't Philadelphia Eagles.

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Originally Posted by Theo Gallus
Since they are in Texas and successful looking, I assume they aren't Philadelphia Eagles.

Thatsa good one TG


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I spotted a bald eagle in a tree overwatching a 30-acre recreational pond on my driving route to our farm

I have never seen one in that area before. He looked a little small to me for a white head, so I assume he was a male.

He was only a few miles away from one of our big state reservoirs (that periodically has bald eagles). Hopefully, he is trying to branch out to a new location and start a new family!


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