December 2016

Vol. 44, No. 6

Photo Essay: Bald Eagles in Massachusetts

A pair of Bald Eagles on the Merrimack River in West Newbury with one of their two chicks. Photographs by Bill Byrne unless otherwise indicated.

A very young Bald Eagle chick on the ground for banding at Lake Watuppa, in Fall River. Photograph by Jason Zimmer.

A young Bald Eagle recently fledged from a Massachusetts nest.

Two adult Bald Eagles at Quabbin Reservoir fighting over food in the winter.  One was banded as a chick in New York.

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