Heron & Eagle, strange capture

 
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strange capture of an immature Bald Eagle and a Great Blue Heron, near the nesting area of the Herons last evening.
There was so much commotion going on, raucous squawking/honking noise from the Heron Flock and much flapping and flying around, loads of herons all at once flying in close proximity, it was hard to sort them out : ) It was a bit overwhelming to say the least LOL

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Guest - May 05, 2006 04:34 PM EDT
thankyou also, Joan in Nova Scotia and Mary in Kent, for taking time to look and comment. Always appreciated.
Guest - May 05, 2006 04:33 PM EDT
many thanks, Susan in NZ and Pam in N.Carolina. glad you like it and thanks for the comments : )
Guest - May 05, 2006 01:08 PM EDT
Just stunning to have them both so close! And the great bonus of a beautiful blue sky Alandra!
Guest - May 05, 2006 11:39 AM EDT
Fantastic shot Alandra! excelled yourself once again .
Guest - May 05, 2006 09:44 AM EDT
Wow! What a shot. Bet that was exciting to watch.
Guest - May 04, 2006 06:38 PM EDT
Looks great with the two birds together
Guest - May 03, 2006 11:06 PM EDT
Thanks Mary and Vicki, it's too bad the heron is blurry, but thought it might be of some interest. The strange part is, the Eagles weren't actually making any attempts to fight with the herons, despite how this photo appears. As you say, the racoons will also be after the heron eggs. I read that it's called a "Rookery", also strange.
Guest - May 03, 2006 10:56 PM EDT
Great capture, Alandra. Eagles are enemies of herons. If you have a heronry nearby with eggs or chicks, the eagle as well as raccoons and many other predators will be looking for tasty treats.
Guest - May 03, 2006 08:59 PM EDT
Looks like the Eagle is going to attack the Heron.It would be overwhelming to watch this going on.

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