Golden Eagle in Flight

Golden Eagle in Flight

Mikawoz Bald Eagle in Flilght

This is a photograph I took of a Golden Eagle in flight overhead. It was hard to be steady enough to take the photograph.

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Red Sky at Night

Red Sky at Night

Mikawoz Red Sky at Night

This is a photograph of an Bald Eagle perched on a tree at night time. I manipulated it so that it had a red background. It is a nice silhouette.

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Perched on a Tree

Perched on a Tree
Mikawoz Perched on a Tree
 
Here is a lone Bald Eagle perched on a tree. I took this photograph just before he launched. I think it is a good enough photo as it is.
 

Eagle Reflection

Eagle Reflection
Mikawoz Eagle Reflection
 
Here is a photograph that I have taken of a Bald Eagle on top of a tree. I have included an abstract drawing of a bald eagle’s head. Together they form a new image.
 

Assiniboine Park Pavilion

Mikawoz Assiniboine Park Pavilion

 

Assiniboine Park Pavilion

This is an autumn picture of the Pavilion and Duck Pond at Assiniboine Park in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The Canada Geese are on their migratory route south at this time of year. “Canada geese fly in a distinctive V-shaped flight formation, with an altitude of 1 km (3,000 feet) for migration flight. The maximum flight ceiling of Canada geese is unknown, but they have been reported at 9 km (29,000 feet).”(Wikipedia)

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Feathers

Mikawoz Feathers

 

Feathers

 

This is a close-up of Canada Geese Feathers. I love the symmetry and flow of the feathers. The male Canada goose usually weighs 2.6–6.5 kg (5.7–14.3 lb) and the female Canada Goose is slightly lighter at 2.4–5.5 kg (5.3–12.1 lb).

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Canada Goose Head

Mikawoz Canada Goose Head

Canada Goose Head

 

This is a close-up photograph of the head of a Canada Goose taken in fall at the Duck Pond at Assiniboine Park in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It’s head is tucked in between its wings. The Canada Goose is found near water in the Arctic and the Temperate Zones of North America. It has been introduced to Great Britain, New Zealand, Chile, Argentina and the Falkland Islands.

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Full Bald Eagle

Mikawoz Full Bald Eagle

 

Full Bald Eagle

 

This is a full-bodied photograph of a Bald Eagle that I took in the Interlake area of Manitoba, Canada. It is majestic and stunning. It is a bird prey often found near bodies of water for food supply and old forest growths for nesting.

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Solo Bald Eagle

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This is one of the best photos I have of a solo Bald Eagle.  The background was just perfect.  I also like the way the plumage is gently flying in the air.  Its beak is perfect for what he needs to do.  The eye is piercing.  Love this photo and the detail.

Did you know that both sexes of bald eagles have the same colouring for plumage?  The difference is that the female is actually a bit larger.  Eagles have excellent eyesight.  “They have two foveae or centers of focus, that allow the birds to see both forward and to the side at the same time.”

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Golden Eagle Head

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Golden Eagle Head

I took this photo of the Golden Eagle near Lake Winnipeg.  I also saw and took photos of Bald Eagles.  Their range of living is 200 km2 (77 sq mi) based on what Wikipedia says.  This is quite a big territory but not if you are a flying eagle that soars across the skies with ease.  They have a partial migration.  If they are further north, they usually migrate when living at a latitude of 60 degrees north and shorter migrations if they are at the 50 degree latitude.  If you take the location of Gimli, Manitoba they are at 50.6667° N, 97.0500° W.  And if you are at Winnipeg, Manitoba the near center of Canada it is 49.8994° N, 97.1392° W.   These beautiful yet hardy birds will only do a partial migration during the cold months of winter.

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