We finally got a chance to go back to the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge in Maryland to see if we could find some Bald Eagles to photograph. It is about a 4 hour trip from where we live. After getting there we were surprised to see 2 Bald Eagles in a tree right after entering the Refuge. One was on one side and the other was on the other side of the same tree. But those will be in a different post. The images here were taken near the end of the 3.6 mile Wildlife Drive across the water near the exit. There usually are Bald Eagle and Osprey nests in the trees because they can fish right below. The only problem is it is pretty far from where we are on the Wildlife Drive.
It looks like your trip paid off! Very nice 😊
Thanks Belinda! It was a Great Day to photograph at Blackwater NWR. I photographed a lot of birds, dragonflies & multi-image panorama landscapes! It will take a while to work on all the images!
Nice eagle shots, Reed!
Thanks so much Steve! It was a Great day to photograph at Blackwater NWR! I was using 3 main cameras on this trip. My iP11 Pro for landscapes, the R with a150-600mm for wildlife & panoramas & a 7D for Dragonflies, so I am still going through images to post here!
Great shots, Reed! I know this spot well! 😉
Thanks Donna! It is one of our favorite places to photograph! And yes I remember your blog posts from there!