My neighbors, Becca Kaufmann and Robert Hendrick, reported seeing two Bald Eagles cavorting over Hardy Pond today, January 29th, at about 12:45 pm. Robert took photos and kindly shared them with us. Click on the photo, above, to see his entire series. Photos by Robert Hendrick.

Did you also see the eagles? Please feel free to share what you saw in the Comment box.


5 Responses to Bald Eagle Pair

  1. Jim Fett says:

    Finally saw one today and yesterday on the ice and in flight – quite a sight to behold!

  2. Claire LeBlanc says:

    That is amazing! I’m so glad you got the picture.

    My mom said she saw the Bald Eagles down our end this morning. She said it was the biggest bird she had ever seen! But she thought she was looking at a hawk. I can’t wait to get a look at them! Do you think they will nest here? I hope so!

  3. Dede Reade says:

    Ed and I also saw one, but it did not have the white markings. We called our neighbors Sally & Marc right away, and they thought it might be an immature bald eagle. Could there have been three?

  4. Jim Fett says:

    Great photos Robert – and thanks for sharing with Ron and the rest of us! I wish I would have seen them in real time – maybe next sighting.

  5. Hardy Pond Grandma says:

    Yes! I saw a single, bald eagle at around 1:30 p.m. or so, today. I was speaking with my daughter on the phone when it swooped clear across the lake, quite low, at about the height of my maple tree, but about 20-30 feet away from shore. At first I thought it was a hawk, because it has the same sort of swooping/gliding motion. Then, I saw its white head and heavier, darker body. It’s only the second time I’ve seen one in my 37 years in New England.

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