Our Readers Share – Carol McCormick: Young Bald Eagle at Trippe Lake a Sign of Continuation of the Species

Carol McCormick writes, “A young Bald Eagle perched on the same branch where a possible ‘Mom and Dad’ sat two years ago over Trippe Lake. Next generation? A positive sign of the continuation of the species! Immatures take four years to reach the recognizable white head plumage.”

Our thanks to Carol McCormick for sharing yet another interesting nature photo.

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