The Eagle at Hidden Falls

April 21, 2010

The Forest, Videos

A couple of months ago my husband took some footage of one of the bald eagles that we tend to see in late winter or early spring.  This eagle was across the river behind the house, perched above the waterfall.  They like to fish from there as well.  I love it when we see eagles … in any case, here is the video.

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8 Responses to “The Eagle at Hidden Falls”

  1. Timothy Says:

    Any stills of the bald eagle? I would love to be in an area where I could take photos of them. It’s been my favorite bird since I was a little child.

  2. Kevin Says:

    Hi Anna,

    Wow, I’m jealous of you! Such a beautiful part of America you live in. And a Bald Eagle right in your backyard. How cool is that! I live by Grand Lake in boring Ohio…lol. Once in a while, if I’m lucky, I get to see a Bald Eagle around the lake here. Maybe once a year.

    I love coming to your site. Please don’t stop posting the beauty of your state of Oregon. Wonderful! Thanks for look in on your backyard…:)


  3. Megan Pewter Says:

    Thanks for sharing the video. My son and I watched it.

  4. Matt Says:

    Wow Anna, seriously after viewing some of your photos and this video of the eagle. I am feeling very left out here in florida. We have pretty pictures of scrub brish and armadillos. Just doesnt quite seem to compare to what you all have out there in Oregan / West Coast!

  5. Jacksonville Says:

    Nearly had a car accident watching a majestic bald eagle. Beautiful birds

  6. Dan Says:

    We live in Hampshire, England and about 6 months ago a White-Tailed Eagle visited our area for about 5 or 6 weeks. People travelled from all over southern England to come and see it. I shall never forget what a formidable site it was to see such a large, powerful bird perched in a tree in the gentle rolling Hampshire countryside – its normal habitat would be the rocky mountainous coastlines of northern Scotland or Scandinavia.

  7. Megan Says:

    @Dan – Sounds like you’ve been very fortunate! Especially considering the bird’s usual habitat and the fact that it stayed around long enough for visitors to see it. There is nothing quite like seeing one of these birds in the wild, there is something about them which defies explanation. Thank you for sharing, Dan!

  8. Octavian Says:

    I wish I could turn my head 180 degrees like that eagle…

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