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Eagle Vs. “Mystery Creature”

By , June 12, 2010

One of my favorite things about fishing off our rocks is the ringside seat it provides. Often I’m joined in my fishing efforts by bald eagles that live and nest along the tree line. The term “eagle eye” is somewhat cliché, but here we get to see firsthand how their superior eyesight works. I’m always amazed when an eagle flies straight and flat across the water, sometimes traveling a mile or more from its perch in the trees to one specific spot on the water, from which it snatches a fish. Every once in a while, though, things don’t go as planned. Continue reading 'Eagle Vs. “Mystery Creature”'»

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