We have been noticing these two Bald Eagles hanging out along the Fraser River as we drive to town. Yesterday on our trip they were sitting on the branches of a Cottonwood tree right beside the road so I stopped and took some photos. The one with the white head is an adult and the raggedy-looking one, an immature. They must be able to glean some food from some of the open water areas of the river because, like I said, they have been hanging around in the same spot.
Over the last couple of days I have been reading in the news that in the US the Bald Eagles have made a remarkable comeback after being close to extinction decades ago.
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