Bald Eagles have fledged

Bald Eaglet

Bald Eaglet

The Bald Eagles at the Vermilion River mouth have had a successful nesting. There are two young Eagles that have grown up and are now able to fly.

Bald Eagles at nest

Bald Eagles at nest

They continue to hang around the nest while their parents continue to feed them.

Bald Eagle fledgling

Bald Eagle fledgling

Young Bald Eagles are completely dark brown, they don’t acquire their adult plumage until they are 4 – 5 years old.

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2 Responses to Bald Eagles have fledged

  1. Carrie Hansen says:

    You posted a wonderful picture some time ago of a beautiful owl perched on a road sign. I can’t remember where that picture is… Can you point me to it? Thanks so much!

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