Late January on the Animas River in Northwest New Mexico. We’ve seen the big birds perching in trees, swooping down to the river to catch fish, and soaring away. Look for tall trees next to the river and listen for a noisy murder of crows hoping to share in the bounty of the hunt. The unbusy trail in the morning cold is best. Look up. Someone may be looking back at you.
3 thoughts on “Eagle Season on the Animas”
Very nice Vicki. Miss seeing those eagles.
Very nice, Vicki. Miss seeing those majestic eagles. Miss you too!
Hey Vicki, I logged in to Word Press to leave a comment, but it keeps wanting my email and name, then telling me I have to log in bc that email address is already being used. Very frustrating. Anyway, I like the piece. Miss seeing those majestic eagles, and I miss you too. Ann