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Alaska?  Nope, it was in Iowa.  Following the devastating floods that hit Eastern Nebraska and Western Iowa in Fall 2019, when the waters finally receded in January and February the following year, previously flooded farmers' fields were left with millions of stranded fish.  This brought Bald Eagles to the area in the thousands.  This pic, taken in early February 2020, shows at least 50 eagles.  I counted over 500 eagles that day, in the fields on either side of this one mile stretch of road!  

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58 minutes ago, dragon49 said:

Today, I'm going with our national bird.  I'm also pretty psyched, as prior to today, I didn't have any in-focus photos of Bald Eagles:

https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/524580271


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Personally, I like this photo better due to the head angle of the bird. If you just cropped it in a little more it’d be great.

https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/524546551

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