Windowpane Wednesday: Majestic, Part 1

Last Thursday afternoon, when Motor Man and I arrived home, I glanced out of our kitchen window. As I’ve shared here many times, you just never know what you’ll see when you look out on our yard.

How does this not get your attention?

But, soon, someone else entered the picture. What IS this? And why does the eagle seem to flee (and not very gracefully)  in fear of it?

 

Thanks to Marshall’s research, it appears that an immature eagle made an appearance. He blends into the background so well in this next picture, it’s difficult to make out his features.

And, another video, showing the immature eagle cowering as an osprey flies overhead. The other eagle moves even closer to the deck.

WHEW! It really IS a zoo around here.  Tune in next Wednesday for “Windowpane Wednesday: Majestic, Part 2”.

~These Days Of Mine~

 

 

 

 

 

 

6 responses to “Windowpane Wednesday: Majestic, Part 1

  1. Just read that ospreys and eagles have sort of a love/.hate relationship. Ospreys lay their eggs April/May and maybe the osprey was worried about the eagles being too close? They normally get along but not QUITE as well in mating season. Very cool capture though!

    Pam

  2. You really do live on a wildlife preserve! I Love your posts. Eagles have always been a fascination but to see the interaction with the osprey and…..WOW!!!

  3. That is totally amazing! What an experience.

  4. the juvenile bald eagle’s plumage is so awesome… and each one has unique coloring .. keep your eyes peeled !

  5. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Your back yard is amazing!!! Love it. I do not remember ever seeing a juvenile eagle.

  6. Wow! I had to show those photos and videos to my hubby. He loves eagles!

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