Juvenile Bald Eagles

Over the past couple of days, I’ve been photographing Bald Eagles and Trumpeter Swans at the Squaw Creek NWR in northwest Missouri. As the temperatures quickly dropped, the number of bald eagles have steadily declined, particularly the adult bald eagles. Today’s post includes a few of my favorite juvenile bald eagle images I captured:

Juvenile Bald Eagle on ice

Juvenile Bald Eagle sits on a snag overlooking pool

Juvenile Bald Eagle sits on a snag overlooking pool

At one point, a juvenile eagle made an extremely close flyby … right when I was using my 500mm + 1.4xTC … made for a super closeup!

Juvenile Bald Eagle makes a close flyby

In another post, I’ll feature a few of my favorite adult bald eagle images.

Photographic Equipment Used:

  • Canon 7D and Canon 5D Mark 3 bodies
  • Canon EF100mm-400mm, f/4.5-f/5.6 IS lens and Canon EF500mm, f/4 IS lens
  • Handheld (all images)
  • ISO variable
  • Aperture variable
  • Shutter speed variable

 

 

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