If you ever visit the Berry Eagle’s nest, you will hear the folks watching talking about “fluff.” Fluff is dried grass, hay or straw that the Eagles will gather either from the ground around the nest or fly over to one of the pastures with cows and take some of the good stuff. Berry College is the world’s largest campus at 27,000 acres and has cattle on the campus as well. They put hay out and the Eagles will take it too. It helps to keep the nest dry and insulate the eggs and eventually the young Eagles. Here is Mom flying to the nest with a big chunk of fluff last week.
Tamron SP 150-600mm Di VC USD G2 lens on a Canon 7Dii, Manual Exposure mode, f8, ISO 400, shutter speed 1/1000th of a second, Vibration Compensation active in Mode 2, Sirui N3204X tripod and PH20 gimbal head, Lightroom CC. #WithMyTamron, #TamronImageMasters, #SiruiUSA, #SiruiPro

3 Responses to ““Fluff””

  1. Interesting, I never knew they would transport this in their paws. Great photo!

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