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    Platinum Member rmorey's Avatar
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    Default Re: Eagle Photos

    We put out the deer carcass in front of a trail camera last year to see if we could rustle up some coyote pics. Got over 200 pics of eagles fighting over the bones!

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    Central Illinois
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    Great pics. of great birds!!! thanks; sonny580

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    West Cascades, Washington State USA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dagoof View Post
    See em all the time along the snake river.

    Once had two bald eagles flying and fighting over a fish in the back yard. The dog went out there and ended up with the fish anyways.
    My Wife and I watch the males fight over the females during spring. Sometimes when they are locked together spiraling down, they don't release and hit ether the water with a splash, or more rarely they hit the ground.

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