Utah has a stark beauty in the winter. An eagle can improve the scenery a little, though.
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Last Saturday I went birding. There weren’t a ton of birds but I think I did really well for March. American Flicker I started in my favorite part in Heber, UT. This is where I saw my first Sandhill Crane and moose. This time I saw an American Flicker and a Scrub Jay. Even though […]
Yesterday was Bald Eagle Day at Farmington Bay where they poison the carp and the eagles come to eat. Yum. The eagles starting coming in weeks ahead of schedule. Wait, are you thinking “Oh no, not another Bald Eagle post”? Well, let me show you some of the other things I’ve seen in the past […]
There are a lot of eagles on Deseret Ranch. They like to hide on the rock formations and within the spaces between hills. So keep your eyes peeled because he might be on any branch: I’m really proud of this shot: Before this, my closest pictures were very far away. They are such amazing birds. […]
Last week we headed out to Farmington Bay Waterfowl Management again. Salt Lake City and surrounding towns experience an inversion where the car exhaust and other pollutants stay stuck in the valley. Fortunately last week there was less of an inversion so you could see the mountains and the sky. The temperature was about 20 […]