Jeff worth

by Jeff
(Saratoga springs, NY)




I saw this large bird of prey this morning flying over Saratoga Lake in Saratoga Springs, New York. I had recently seen a Bald Eagle in the same area and thought this was the same bird from a distance. It landed and I was able to take some not so great pictures. It wasn't the same Bald Eagle but was similar in size with mainly brown coloring.

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Nov 30, 2012
Bald Eagle
by: Judy-Seattle

Jeff, immature bald eagles are all brown. Their heads grow the white feathers when they reach
five years old.

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