Bald Eagles From Blackwater NWR
A series of Bald Eagle images from a few trips to the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge near Cambridge Maryland. The Featured Bald Eagle Image was taken with a Canon 1D MkIV with a 400mm DO lens & 1.4 Teleconverter.
Bald Eagle FlyBy, Early Morning, Canon 1D mkIV, 400mm DO lens, 1.4x Teleconverter
Another Bald Eagle FlyBy, Early Morning with sun rising, Canon 1D mkIV, 400mm DO lens, 1.4x Teleconverter
Another Morning Bald Eagle FlyBy, Canon 1D mkIV, 400mm DO lens, 1.4x Teleconverter
Bald Eagle In Tree Along Wildlife Drive, Canon R, 150-600mm Tamron Lens @ 600mm
Bald Eagle Portrait Version, Canon R, 150-600mm Tamron Lens @ 600mm
Immature Bald Eagle In Tree Along Wildlife Drive, Canon 1DmkIV, Canon 400mm DO Lens, 1.4x Teleconverter
Bald Eagle on Nest At Blackwater NWR Along Wildlife Drive, Canon 1D mkIV, Canon 400mm DO lens, 2X Teleconverter
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My compliments for these awesome captures of the eagles. As far as I can see, they are doing well.
Thanks so much! Always fun to Photograph Bald Eagles!
Thanks so much! Bald Eagles are one of my favorite photo subjects!
Truly a magnificent bird of prey. You’ve done a good job of rendering the small nuances of each feather, good for studying the old guy’s costume.
Yes, they are definitely a magnificent bird of prey and are Great photo subjects!
Thanks! They are definitely Great Photo Subjects! Thanks again!
Great Baldie shots Reed!
Thanks so much! They are fun photo subjects!
Thanks so much! They are my favorite photo subjects!
Still a thrill to see these once endangered birds. Great set, Reed!
Thanks Eliza! They are fun photo subjects!
A really impressive bird!
Yes they are! Especially when they are up close to photograph!
Great series, Reed! I’m trying to plan a day trip to Blackwater in the next two weeks, try to capture some of the migration going through and check up on our Eagle buddies. 🙂
Nice! Looking forward to seeing your images from Blackwater!!
Excellent series Reed – especially like the expression on the immature – ready to take on the world ha.
Thanks so much! Always fun to see & photograph Bald Eagles!