Wildlife photo thread

Consensus on iNaturalist is this is a juvenile bald eagle. Way bigger than an Osprey.

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I would say that is a good ID. In case you didn’t know, they take a few years to mature into adult plumage, so it is common to see juveniles at various stages of plumage. Here is a link to a detailed discussion and photos:

Juvenile & Immature Bald Eagles - Avian Report

Then they grow up and move to the desert. :wink:

At Cosumnes River Preserve

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Cliff swallows

Red tailed hawk

Looks to me like a peregrine, but it could be a prairie falcon

Beaver

Coot

All at McHood Reservoir/East Clear Creek | Winslow Arizona

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Another Great Blue Herron - Blackstone River in Uxbridge, MA

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Bald Eagle, Panasonic FZ300

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Morning at that pond

Young Black Racer

Male Anole displaying

Halloween Pendants mating

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