Saturday, July 28, 2018

Saturday's Critters #241

Welcome to Saturday's Critters!


If you love all God's creatures like I do and also like to blog about them and take critter photos this is where you can share your critter post. Link up your post and share your critters, join in with my critter party ! You can share any kind of critters the real ones, pretend ones, statues and paintings, a new or old post!

These are some photos from our last visit on July 7th to the Conowingo Dam and Susquehanna River trail. We saw lots of Eagles, a few Cormorants, Osprey, Great Blue Herons, Black Vultures and a deer.

Bald Eagle on the tower and I believe the other bird is a Black Vulture.


Bald Eagle in flight


An adult Bald Eagle standing next to a juvenile Bald Eagle.


Great Blue Herons were seen up and down the river, great views from the river trail.


More Great Blue Herons, there is a heronry or rookery located in the trees across the river. 


Two Eagles and 5 Great Blue Herons, can your find them all?


Black Vultures hang by the parking lot, some were on top of the cars that were parked. 


I zoomed in on this white-tailed deer, it was on the island in the middle of the river. 



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Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

53 comments:

  1. I see 5---Good shot. Super Eagle pics and lotsa vultures
    MB

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  2. Yes, I can find the 2 eagles and 5 Great Blue Herons in the picture! Have a happy weekend!

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  3. I saw 5, they are truly majestic.Great zoom for the deer.

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  4. Always enjoy your Bald Eagle views . .
    I am still waiting for my first in person view . . .
    We have scoped out best possible site . . .
    Now to time it just right!
    Thank you for hosting Saturday’s Critters Eileen. . .

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  5. Hello Eileen,

    Beautiful photos as always. The Eagle in flight, and The Blue Heron was amazing taken!

    Happy Weekend!

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  6. Hari OM
    I enjoyed your 'can you see them' piccie - it took a few seconds, but I got there!!! Happy weekend. YAM xx

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  7. Thanks for the post and pics.
    Have a nice weekend.

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  8. Those vultures remind me of a Disney cartoon character-kind of spooky!

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  9. great find on the eagles and I did find the herons and the eagles but it was very difficult and took a while

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  10. Eileen - bald eagles are so majestic - warms my heart that you are seeing so many! Any idea why the vultures like to hang in the parking lot? Thanks for hosting, and have a super weekend!

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  11. Hello, beautiful photos of all the birds. I really enjoy seeing the Bald Eagles, they are so beautiful. The deer is watching you and posed nicely for the photo. :) Thanks for hosting, Eileen and have a wonderful weekend.

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  12. Love the eagles and herons. At Everglades National Park, the Black Vultures were chewing and pulling on the rubber weatherstripping around car windows. Not sure why, but it must taste good! It got so bad that the Park was distributing tarps to cover the visitors' autos.

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  13. ...the eagle in flight is wonderful.

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  14. Hello,
    I always like to see the bald eagles, but also the vultures are interesting. Thanks for hosting our pages and have a sunny pleasant weekend!

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  15. Eagles and vultures! It's a treat for me to see those Eileen. We get neither of them around here. Thanks for the link-up today.

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  16. So good o see thriving wildlife in your shots. Usually I see seaeagles soaring the skies every now and then even if they are fo far off to capture. And deers I used to see almoet every week. Now it is empty. They cut down too many forests and then no rain in months. :( Today I share an old image.

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  17. ooooh those eagles, they are just magnificent. there is something about them that makes my heart skip a beat!! you got some great pictures!!!

    and the heron too, another one of my favorites, awesome capture but how in the world do they balance on those legs??!!

    looks like a fabulous day!!!

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  18. i forgot to comment on bambi...i LOVE deer. that is a familiar pose, one i see often, you got a great picture with all that foliage around!!!

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  19. Lovely shots of the birds and the deer, Eileen. I found all of the seven birds in the "magic photo" :-)

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  20. EAGLES!! Love them. LOTS of Vulture! I was trying to remember where I was, and I think it's the Dupont Forest in NC a trail to a Waterfall, the parking lot had stacks of old traps laying around so we could toss one over our cars to avoid being pelted by vulture droppings! My Van is tall and I had trouble getting the tarp up and over so I just did the windshield it was okay when I got back!

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  21. PS: Thanks for hosting, Eileen! Have a great new week.

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  22. It's so neat to see the eagles together. I am never sure when I see a juvenile. We expect to see that white head! Beautiful photos! Happy Saturday! Hugs, Diane

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  23. Love the eagles! I wish they were more common in my area. The GBH's are and one of my favorites!

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  24. We finally ventured out and saw a heron, too.

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  25. Amazing to see so many herons in one place. I am so jealous of the bald eagle. I want to see one in front of my camera more than any other bird. One of these days...

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  26. The great blue herons have great color for blending in and protecting themselves.

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  27. Looks like a place of birds of prey! Superb capture on the birds and a zoom for deer

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  28. Love the eagle shots, especially that one flying. I have yet to get a decent shot of one here. :-( Found the five great blues too!

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  29. Beautiful series of 'critter shots' ~ love the bald eagles and the deer!

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  30. Love the eagles! No critters to post here this week.

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  31. That eagle in flight is wonderful, and so nice to see the deer too!
    Greta pictures Eileen, thank you.

    Have a great weekend.

    All the best Jan

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  32. Perfection Eileen, your pictures are excellent. Have a beautiful weekend.

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  33. Eileen...these images are extraordinary!

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  34. Very nice ! I like the bald eagle !

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  35. I DO love all Mother's creatures.

    ...

    except for roaches. Those babies can die a horrendous death.

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  36. Yes, saw the 5 and 2.
    Great collection of critters.

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  37. Found them all .... I have to admit. This one wasn't too hard. LOL

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  38. how beautiful! i've only seen a eagle in person once in my life, i believe...they are so magnificent!

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  39. Something so breathtaking about seeing an eagle in flight!

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  40. Wow, what does a bald eagle say to a vulture?

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  41. I so enjoyed your post, with my thanks for joining us at I'd Rather B Birdin' this week!

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  42. Hi, my name is Crystal and I linked to this blog hop. Put link in it's under Sunday Selfie(Post Title). Followed you on Wordpress and the one on your sidebar. Hope you follow me back at http://crystalsphotobloggingsite.wordpress.com .

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  43. Wow you find some great birds. They are so big!

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  44. Great Eagle shots..That deer has it's eye on you..Enjoy your week..

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  45. Did you know eagles and vultures were pals? That's an impressive combination, I think the vulture knows where its bread is buttered.

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