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Surprisingly (to me anyway), Bald Eagles are better at sharing fish, than I would have expected. The one Bald Eagle went into the frigid waters and pulled out a large fish, and the other Bald Eagle showed up and waited for his turn. I like this image with how the one Bald Eagle is maintaining a polite distance, while anxiously eyeing what he hopes will be his next meal.

 

This image was taken in Alaska in November, where a large number (up to 1000) Bald Eagles will migrate to this here to feed on the fish that are still accessible because the thermal waters are still not frozen at this time of the year (with a portion of the water staying open all winter).

 

We are hoping to have the opportunity to visit this area again this November/December, if you would like more information, and would like to join us, feel free to contact me at contact@wildelements.ca.

 

This image is copyright © Terri Shaddick, if you are interested in using or purchasing this image, or any other images on my site, contact
Terri Shaddick at contact@wildelements.ca.

 

Taken: November 27, 2016

Location: Alaska

Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
Lens: Canon EF 500mm f/4L IS II USM + 1.4x III Extender
Focal Length: 700mm
Aperture: f/8
ISO: 2500
Exposure: 1/1000

About this Image

Surprisingly (to me anyway), Bald Eagles are better at sharing fish, than I would have expected. The one Bald Eagle went into the frigid waters and pulled out a large fish, and the other Bald Eagle showed up and waited for his turn. I like this image with how the one Bald Eagle is maintaining a polite distance, while anxiously eyeing what he hopes will be his next meal.

 

This image was taken in Alaska in November, where a large number (up to 1000) Bald Eagles will migrate to this here to feed on the fish that are still accessible because the thermal waters are still not frozen at this time of the year (with a portion of the water staying open all winter).

 

We are hoping to have the opportunity to visit this area again this November/December, if you would like more information, and would like to join us, feel free to contact me at contact@wildelements.ca.

 

This image is copyright © Terri Shaddick, if you are interested in using or purchasing this image, or any other images on my site, contact
Terri Shaddick at contact@wildelements.ca.

 

Taken: November 27, 2016

Location: Alaska

Camera Specs

Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
Lens: Canon EF 500mm f/4L IS II USM + 1.4x III Extender
Focal Length: 700mm
Aperture: f/8
ISO: 2500
Exposure: 1/1000