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Brown Bear Cub, Lake Clark National Park

When this two year old brown bear cub lifted its head and stared at me, it reminded me of a pika.  If you’ve ever seen a pika with its mouth full of grasses to be stored for the winter, you … Continue reading

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Bald Eagle Anniversary

Each year on or about this day I post a photo of a bald eagle to recognize and celebrate the fact that five years ago today the Fish & Wildlife Service announced that the bald eagle in the lower 48 … Continue reading

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Bald Eagle Banks Left

Shortly after I retired in 2007 my friend Bob Gay invited me to join him and some friends in photographing bald eagles at Homer, Alaska.   I took Bob up on his offer and I’m sure glad I did.  The photography … Continue reading

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Bald Eagle with Fishing Line Caught in Talons; Homer, Alaska

This immature bald eagle has monofilament fishing line caught in both of its feet.   The artificial bait (shrimp) is still attached to the line.  This is a recipe for disaster.  At some point the line is going to get snagged … Continue reading

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Bald Eagle Grabs a Fish

About this time each year I think of the trips I used to make in March to photograph bald eagles around Homer, Alaska.   It was always a fantastic experience.  This photo was taken in Sadie Cove which is on … Continue reading

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Independence Day and Our Nation’s Symbol

A bald eagle perches on a driftwood limb on the shore of Kachemak Bay, Alaska. There was a nice article in our paper today about a man here in Marin County who collects all things relating to the bald eagle.  … Continue reading

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Mount Redoubt, Alaska

I took this photo in March of 2009 when I was driving back to Anchorage from Homer where I had been photographing bald eagles.  Mount Redoubt erupted several times that month. My trips to Alaska have always been for the … Continue reading

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