These images were from a past trip to the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge in Maryland. It was many years ago and I was using a Sigma 300-800mm f/5.6 zoom lens @ 800mm. Because of the weight of the lens plus camera you have to use this lens on a heavy duty tripod with a Gimbel head. All images except one were @ 800mm. The featured image was after the Eagle caught a fish and flew to the shoreline to enjoy it’s meal. There were a lot of feathers scattered on the ground by the Eagle so do not know if it had a goose or bird meal also before the fish. Or if it was from a previous Eagle. That attracted a couple of other Eagles that liked the idea of a free meal. So this shows the Eagle trying to protect it’s catch. The action only lasted for less than 1.5 minutes according to the Adobe Camera Raw Data. But it was fun to watch & photograph.