27 thoughts on “THE DAREDEVIL

  1. I love those eyes, beautiful. I am putting a couple pictures of the Eagles nest I found on tomorrow post. They are pretty far away so they are not clean shots, but today I saw the young one again down river a little ways from the nest. Do the young ones hatched there come back to the area the next year sometimes?
    We did not get drone shots yet, bad weather this week.

    1. Immatures will always come back to the nest and yes It seems to be around the same time each year.
      I theorize that they come back to check on mum and dad. If they are both still there,they pay a visit and move on. If mum and dad are gone (dead?) they inherit the territory!
      I’ll have a look at your post tomorrow Sandra.

      1. Excellent Sandra! You found it’s favorite perching spot! Getting inside info like that can help you get great shots!
        I know where the Daredevil likes to perch. I sometimes line the moon up in behind that perch and call him over. I can get some great landing shots with the full moon in behind!
        So learning as much about their habits is the phase your in. It may take years to learn all there is to know about their habits?

      2. Thank you Wayne, well I have time on my hands and this is what I love to do more than anything else. Even in the winter, I dress for the weather, grab my chair and camera and hot coffee and off I go. There is just something about a cold crisp morning with snow everywhere that is so breathtaking to me. Hopefully their will be as many Eagles down here this winter. Last year there were about 15 or 20 of them at this new spot I have found.

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