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09-MAR-2011 Michael Edwards


Shiloh, Tennessee

A week from tomorrow, there should be two new bald eagles.
Since some moron in east Tennessee SHOT two last week, we are back in balance...
Susie waits on the nest.

Canon EOS 60D ,Canon 300/4.0 IS USM with Canon EF Extender
1/1600s f/5.6 at 420.0mm iso640 full exif

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Frank Kavanagh Photography13-Mar-2011 12:22
Whatever clown shot the two Bald Eagles, should be strung up from the branch that supports their nest. This is one topic I feel very strongly about.
I have no problem with shooting or hunting, but protected species are protected for a reason. Anyway that's my rant for today. great to see an eagle on her nest.
Michael Edwards10-Mar-2011 21:04
Amen, Pete.
I never owned one until the day after the last Presidential election...
Pete Hemington10-Mar-2011 20:14
I feel like a nervous grand parent I think, looking forward to a great outcome.
But don't start me on the topic of Americans and guns!
Cindy Flood10-Mar-2011 20:02
Can't wait for the offspring to appear.
Terry_O10-Mar-2011 15:57
Thanks for the follow-up info, Michael. Thanks heavens the
eagle population is on the upswing - at least currently enough
to offset the mindless acts of human beings. I hope this pair
are successful in raising their offspring.
Michael Edwards10-Mar-2011 04:09
For more info, check the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency:
Bob Stevens10-Mar-2011 03:32
Keep watching... we are looking forward to the big event.

I hope the person who shot the eagles are identified and
prosecuted to the full extent of the law.

Here is a link to the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act on the
US Fish And Wildlife Service web page

Terry_O10-Mar-2011 02:28
We will all be waiting with baited breath! BTW, the nestlings may
not be the most beautiful babies you have ever seen, but their
parents will think they are!
hal 10-Mar-2011 00:28
Cleverly done, Michael.
You are fortunate to have located their nest.