Had the odd fortune of watching this bird of prey drop and die this morning. Don't know if it got clipped by a truck on 95 or what. Initially thought bald eagle but tail feathers a mottled grey and black. Eye bands seem too undefined for osprey. Any birdfolk know what's going on here? Wingspan of about 6 ft. Died before the fish and wildlife people could get to me.#eagle#osprey#birdsofprey#delco#baldeagle#raptor#birdrehab
One of the highlights on this private Wildlife Photography Tour was finding this Bald Eagle with a decent sized trout. Not a bad mid-day meal...
Overall, the day was windy and cold but were able to see rutting bighorns, bison plowing through deep snow, distant wolves, over 30 mature bull elk, and 6 moose. The day was awesome and again, Yellowstone delivered nicely!
Two Bald Eagles were spotted in a field next to Pinnacle Intermediate School in south Amarillo today. Full story at the link in our bio.
(📸: Courtneigh Stump)
Let me fly away, deeper into your loving arms!
Life brings moments of joy, moments of sadness, moments of hardships and moments of peace.
As I go though life all these feelings happen at the strangest times... but as I look back, flipping though pages full of memory’s, times of joy, and times of hardship I see how one thing is forever rooted in my life.
Whatever I’m feeling whenever I’m feeling it I have a very special someone, someone who I can run to, someone who cares for me more than anything.
And I fall, something catches me. Stronger than I could ever imagine, though bringing peace and I feel the love which surpasses all understanding, NOTHING, no one, or anything on this earth can love me more than my savior Jesus Christ.
So as I fall, as you catch me,
Let me fly away deeper into your loving arms on wings like Eagles!
. "but they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint."
-Isaiah 40:31 ———————————
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I may never grow this instagram into something famous, but I will do the lords will none the less🙌🙏
Did you know winter is one of the best times to view eagles in New York State? Wintering eagles start arriving in December, with concentrations peaking in January and February. Have you ever seen an eagle in New York? If so where? Let us know in the comments below. 📷: Ryan von Linden