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Sunday, March 17, 2013

0 Eagle Season Nearing The End

In a week I have another break from College, and I am looking forward for the oppertunity to do some photography. Its too bad that there wont be as many eagles. They will have already started to head back north, except for the eagles that breed in the area. But March is the time of year when waterfowl are plentiful. So I am probably going to head over to the Bashakill Wetlands and try my luck.

Last break was a bit of a letdown. I really only saw eagles a couple times. The first day was amazing they were litterly everywhere, but the rest of the week was not the same. It was very hard even to find them within photographing range.

I did see plenty of other animals though, including a downy woodpecker, and several different duck species. Hopefully this upcoming break will be better and I am looking forward to getting some nice photographs of several duck species, and depending on temperatures maybe some other animals.

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