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Seeing a bald eagle is similar to seeing a whale out in open water. It’s so much more exciting than seeing them in captivity. In the Pacific Northwest, we have eagles that get up to 6-8′ wingspans. A few months ago a family of 5 bald eagles started hanging out near our home. They’re tough to catch on camera since they fly fast and like to soar around when it’s windy. I managed to get this one a few weeks ago and will add more later.

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