Bald Eagle at Ten Mile River 1/13/07
- At 8:15 this AM, I saw a 2nd-year Bald Eagle sitting on the south shore of the
Ten Mile River just west of the bridge. It flew a little further west and tried to
nab a female Bufflehead, but missed. It then sat again on the shore for several
minutes. I scoped the ducks it flew, so I did not see which way it flew.
Shortly thereafter, Art and members of a field trip arrived. I told them about
the Bald Eagle, so hopefully they will refind it.
Also on Tuesday, there were at least 375-400 Brown Pelicans at the river
mouth. Today, there are only about 5 pelicans left. There were 5 Snowy Plovers
at the mouth of Seaside Creek this morning -- the first time Jim has seen them
at that location (no dogs or other people).
North of Fort Bragg
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