Eagles flying at the Mount Lorette Ponds
This year I have photographed a pair of Bald eagles who nested at the Mount Lorette Ponds. These small lakes in Kananaskis are stocked with Rainbow trout most years so these eagles have obviously found an excellent location to summer. On this morning in mid-August the day took a little while to warm up which saw both birds perch in the trees nearby. I waited for a couple of hours for a fish catching run with no luck.
The luck I did have was watching these two beautiful animals as they surveyed their land below. One eagle was more active early and flew to different trees a few times before disappearing into the forest above the water. I hiked around for a bit before returning and finding one over the water again while the other perched on the edge of that forest.
This entry was posted on September 19, 2016 by Christopher Martin. It was filed under Birds, Eagles, Kananaskis, Nature and was tagged with alberta, animals, bald eagle, BIF, bird, Canada, flying, Kananaskis Country, Mount Lorette Ponds, nature, wildlife photography.
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