Eagles Mating

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Eagles Mating

I went out to Berry College the other day to photograph the Bald Eagles and saw something I am willing to bet only a handful of people ever witness, Eagles mating. The female flew to the nest with a small branch and then flew to the male on a branch. She then lowers her head and makes calls. The male then mounts the female. He then flies off to a branch nearby, takes a small branch to the nest and then flies back to the female. I have spent many, many, many days and years watching birds in the wild and I must say, it was an incredible thing to witness.

Tamron SP 150-600mm Di VC USD lens on a Nikon D-7200, Aperture Priority, f8, +1 stop of exposure compensation, ISO 3200, Sirui R4214X tripod and PH20 Gimbal head, Peak Design Leash, Lowepro photo backpack, processed in Lightroom CC.


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