Dinner time at Fay Bainbridge Park

Fay Bainbridge park is my favorite park, and I go there at least 2 or 3 times a week to walk on the beach.   However, it is a small park, and you will not be able to get much exercise if you go at high tide.  So, we started to check the tides before deciding walk there.  Yesterday, when I checked at 5:20, it said the low tide was at 5:30, so we decided to go for a nice long walk.

It seemed quiet at first.  Gulls were hunting for dinner, and seals were laying on  drift wood.  A Pileated Woodpecker flew in looking for  good wood to peck on. One of the resident Bold Eagles was sitting on their usual tree.

Then, we heard some noise, and saw two Bald Eagles flying low.  One of them flew away, and the other one landed on a roof top of someone’s patio.   The eagle started to eat, and a crow landed on the roof and patiently waited for his turn.

     We were curious as to what he was eating, but it was so high up, I couldn’t get clear picture, but it looks like the prey was an animal. Click to enlarge the photo if you like.

 

 

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2 Responses to Dinner time at Fay Bainbridge Park

  1. aomi3 says:

    You are so lucky to see them so close as a part of your life! Great pictures!!!

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