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 Post subject: Raptor I.D.?
PostPosted: Fri Nov 02, 2018 1:12 pm 
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After harvesting an archery season buck I stuck a camera on the gutpile for a couple days...can anybody identify the raptor in the first two pics
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Nice photos. That's a bald eagle, probably a three year old bird. They usually don't get a fully white head until they're five years old. Good catch.

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Thanks Woody. I was hoping you would respond and hoping that would be your answer.


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I agree on the eagle. Very nice pics.

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Great pics my man and especially the Fox. Yes, and 100% it's a Bald eagle. They are far more tolerant of cameras than a mature one.

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Thanks guys....always nice to have the international opinion! Maybe I'm crazy but I am actually more excited about the eagle picture than I am about harvesting the buck.....I'm so addicted..lol


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zaj56 wrote:
Thanks guys....always nice to have the international opinion! Maybe I'm crazy but I am actually more excited about the eagle picture than I am about harvesting the buck.....I'm so addicted..lol


International opinion: l also agree immature Bald Eagle........... There's none within 14,ooo klm of here. Lol :rofll


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Great captures Joe. The eagle is special. I want one so bad.


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I had a chance one time when a ratepayer called me and told me where some were feeding. By the time I got to the spot a few days later they had moved on. Dang!


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