Saturday, November 28, 2015

Saturday's Critters #102

Saturday's Critters #102

Happy Saturday, it's time to share your critters and post. Any kind of critter will do, even a new or old post.. I appreciate everyone who is linking in with this week's critter party.

I am sharing our visit to the Susquehanna River in Maryland to see the Bald Eagles. In November there can be hundreds of migrating eagles stopping at this spot at the river and Conowingo Dam. There can also be hundreds of people and photographers showing up to take photo of the Eagles.




Above one of the many juvenile Bald Eagles.



Perched on the dam three adult Bald Eagles and one juvenile.



How many eagles can you find in the photo above? To help out the count there are 4 eagles flying toward the rocks where the other eagles are perched. There are also some Black Vultures in the shot above.

I hope you enjoyed my eagles and photos. Thanks as always for visiting my post and for the nice comments. Have a happy day and safe weekend.



To see more beautiful birds and cute critters, check out these two memes below.

Also visit:  I'd-Rather-B-BirdinThanks to the gracious host: Anni.  Also check out Camera Critters. Thanks to Misty for hosting this fun meme.

76 comments:

  1. Oh WOW!!! I've never seen so many Eagles in one place before. Eagles are my favourite birds. So majestic. We have Wedge Tailed Eagles here in Tasmania. Don't see them very often though, I tend to see more Hawks out flying about. And seagulls, there's always seagulls...

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  2. Wow - fabulous photos - so many eagles. I think I counted 13 eagles - I really had to adjust the way I looked at the picture to get them into focus - I probably missed a lot too. Wonderful post!!!!

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  3. Great Eagle shots. So much fun seeing so many Eagles.
    MB

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  4. even without a camera it would be wonderful just to watch these birds. Thanks for sharing them Eileen. :) And for hosating your meme.

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  5. Good morning,
    my birds are a bit smaller as your great showpieces !
    Great shots .
    A beautiful Saturday wishes you

    Jutta from Germany

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  6. HI Eileen I got linked in roday. Thanks. So many Eagles. I will leaving the counting of Eagles to the experts. Havve a wonderful weekend.

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  7. Absolutely awesome photos of the eagle's Eileen. I only ever get to see them high up in the sky and not too often at that. Have a great weekend.

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  8. Great photos of eagles. I counted 4 eagles in the 3rd pic. I had difficulty counting in the last pic. Lol! Have a wonderful weekend, Eileen!

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  9. Hi Eileen,
    Your shots of the Eagles are impressive!
    Have a great weekend!

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  10. I have never seen a bald eagle except perhaps once or twice in a nature park, Eileen. Beautiful to see this juvenile. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  11. Beautiful series of photographs Eileen.
    Bald Eagles so much together, I've never seen.
    Best regards, Irma

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  12. Ha Ha Eileen, I think I got up to 16 Eagles but then decided I needed new glasses from Santa :)
    Have a lovely week.
    Wren x

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  13. Hi Eileen, you're so blessed to see flocks of eagles! I think there are eight eagles in the last shot (I imagined two were immature - without white heads? ) I love the single bald eagle photo as well. Thanks for hosting this meme. Have a great weekend Jo

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  14. Amazing pics
    ~ Have a nice weekend ~ Greetings

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  15. Hello Eileen
    Some super images here.
    I love the juvenile Bald Eagle ... haven't yet counted how many eagles there are on your last photo!

    Enjoy your weekend

    All the best Jan

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  16. Hi Eileen,
    fabulous photos of the Eagle and the Beach.
    Have a great weekend, Eileen.
    Best regards, Synnöve

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  17. Wow! Excellent shot and collage on the eagles... the bald eagles remind me Brahminy Kite that has white upper body and brown winds tail.

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  18. Brilliant pictures Eileen. I can only dream about seeing hundreds of Bald Eagles. I'm not surprised that the birders and photographers outnumbered the eagles. It must be a truly fabulous experience.

    Thanks for the chance to join in today. Have a great weekend.

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  19. A great place, I can imagine that there are hundreds of people; I would be there too.

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  20. Impressive photos of the eagles Eileen. How wonderful to be able to see so many. Thanks for hosting and have a great weekend.

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  21. Wish we could see even 1 eagle around here, let alone all the ones you saw. What a treat.

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  22. Wow! What a great series! Very special to see the amazing Bald Eagle -- and so many!

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  23. Love the eagles!
    Thanks for hosting this meme!
    Have a wonderful week-end!
    Lea

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  24. It's so amazing to see so many eagles now. I've been seeing a lot of turkeys lately too. Well, mainly just their roasted breasts.

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  25. So beautiful, Eileen, as always.
    I hope you had a wonderful holiday.
    Amalia
    xo

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  26. Thanks for hosting again Eileen! Your photos of the Eagles are fantastic!
    Have a fun weekend!

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  27. Talk about a 'where's waldo'. Just when I thought I saw them another would be revealed. Amazing! Happy Day.

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  28. Eileen, I have no photos of animals. Seems all I ever take pictures of is food!

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  29. I want those red berries for my tree

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  30. my sight will not let me count the eagles but that is a lot in one place. i love the pic of the juvenile eagle. awesome shot....

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  31. Amazing to see all those eagles!

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  32. Hi Eileen, I enjoyed all the photos! Wow, that second one ... the juvenile eagle ... awesome! I was looking through my old postards and found another one to share on Saturday Critters in the future. Thank you for hosting the meme! Always enjoyable! Have a great weekend!

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  33. Love those eagles! We have a Bald Eagles nesting near both our Florida and Illinois homes. Both nests are the first in their respective counties since use of DDT was outlawed in the US.

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  34. What a great place to see the eagles! I always get so excited when I spot one in the wild.

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  35. I am just getting into this link party thing, and it is tons of fun! Thank-you so much for hosting, I'm very glad to have found you! Or maybe you found me, I can't remember. Either way, I have thoroughly been enjoying all the critter pics!!! Have a great weekend!

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  36. "any kind of critter will do"...i am stretching things again, but it is turkey time, right!!!

    your images are amazing, what a treat!!!!

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  37. If my mushrooms run, they are then my Saturday critters.

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  38. Thanks for bringing us these beautiful Bald Eagles, Eileen.
    I have never seen this many in one place before.
    Thanks also for hosting SS.
    Happy Weekend to you!
    Peace :)

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  39. What a sight! So many beautiful bald eagles! I have seen one eagle so far, way off in the distance. I haven't had a bird post in forever; glad I can participate this week!

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  40. The little Bald Eagles, aren't they beautiful.

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  41. It's so wonderful seeing these beautiful creatures flying wild and free!

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  42. Eileen, a bevy of eagles. Thanks for sharing.

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  43. Gorgeous shots, Eileen! I would love to see that many eagles at one time.

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  44. The Bald Eagles are absolutely wonderful. I enjoyed seeing these beauties Eileen. I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving Day celebration~

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  45. Hello Eileen,
    I'm a bit late but I still had to work today. There are really beautiful pictures in your post, and it is enjoying.
    Have a very nice evening :-)

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  46. Of course, as I said earlier today, majestic birds...phenomenal photos.

    Thanks, Eileen, for linking up at I'd Rather B Birdin'

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  47. Wow ! These birds are so beautiful !! I really enjoyed seeing these birds, Eileen !!
    Fantastic shots !!
    Have a nice weekend :)

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  48. Must be neat to see so many eagles at one time.
    I counted 18 but I think there are more.

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  49. Beautiful pictures! Happy sunday!

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  50. Fantastic eagles.. Happy weekend to you too.. :-)))

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  51. Like them?!?! I was drooling, with each photo, Eileen! What a spectacular site!!...:)JP

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  52. That's certainly a spot worth going to. Thanks for sharing it, Eileen.

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  53. Those blue skies make the birds look even more magnificent.

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  54. gorgeous hawk. love that close up beak. Happy weekend! ( :

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  55. If I was to see all those, I would feel like I had died and gone to heaven. I keep getting different numbers when I count the ones in the bottom photo....but I get over 20 every time I count. I am counting the young ones, too. there are some that I don't count because I can't tell if they are eagles or the other bird...are the others Black Vultures? anyway, loved seeing all of these.

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  56. great shots Eileen....love the close up of the juvenile :)

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  57. Wonderful photos ! Aren't they beautiful creatures ? !

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  58. Eagles ...such majestic birds. Fierce is the word comes to mind

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  59. Large colony of eagles. I like the second photo, Eileen.
    Good Sunday ;)
    Besos.

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  60. Eagles are fantastic birds. To know that you went to Maryland to capture them, says a lot about your passion.

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  61. Fantastic shots of these magnificent birds, Eileen! Enjoy your week and thanks for hosting.

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  62. Good Sunday Morning, Eileen. Thank you for the anniv. wishes.
    What a great opportunity to see the Eagles. The closeup of the juvenile is splendid. We watch the bald eagle pair at a nearby college campus (Berry). (online camera)

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  63. Awesome shot of the fishing eagles in action, Eileen.

    ;-)

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  64. Birds of prey get their unfair share of awesomeness.

    We don't have that many eagles around Tampa Bay, but we get to see LOTS of osprey. ALMOST as gorgeous. ;O)

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  65. You certainly have been capturing some great images of large groups of birds lately. So many eagles, you must have been thrilled to see that number. Thanks for sharing :)

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  66. That's a lot of Bald Eagles! I've never seen a juvenile before. I only saw the adults in Alaska.

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  67. what a wonderful capture of the juvenile bald eagle!

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  68. How wonderful to see so many eagles. They're handsome birds.

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  69. I love your eagle shots... So amazing
    Have a nice week
    Gusta

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  70. Dearest Eileen; Wow, I cannot imagine how magnificent to see many Eagles and love the collage you showed us they are flying♡♡♡ I wish I could be one of the photographer there p;-)

    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend in America, xoxo Miyako*

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  71. Impressive details from the eagle... and I loved all the other photos.
    We don't see any, here... except one... which is the mascot of a football club, well known, called Benfica... ;-D
    Great sequence of images!
    All the best!
    Ana

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Have a happy day, Eileen

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