Bald Eagles at Cachuma Lake

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Bald Eagles at Cachuma Lake
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By Patti Gutshall

It's time for the Eagle Cruise at Cachuma Lake.  It was a rare day to have no wind Saturday afternoon on the Lake and the birds were out.  Osprey, Peregrine Falcon and a beautiful pair of Bald Eagles! As if that were not enough the night sky, the Milky Way and even a Galaxy were visible.  It’s a great time to camp at the Lake. 

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a-1511012759 Oct 28, 2017 07:20 PM
Bald Eagles at Cachuma Lake

Late to the party. Fantastic photos, Patti, Thanks! How can responses be deleted from this thread? What the heck so offensive can be said? crazy. but not for this site, I guess.

Flicka Oct 27, 2017 10:30 AM
Bald Eagles at Cachuma Lake

Beautiful photos of the eagles, thanks. Mick Jagger took the tour quite a few years ago. The older man who took him out was asked days later if he had taken Mick out. His answer was, "Is he the one with the big lips?"

Luvaduck Oct 27, 2017 07:32 AM
Bald Eagles at Cachuma Lake

Is the bald eagle, an endangered species, an apt national symbol? I've always thought a crow would be a better choice. Ubiquitous, noisy, messy, but with a great sense of humor and extremely adaptable & hardy.

macpuzl Oct 26, 2017 02:25 PM
Bald Eagles at Cachuma Lake

Nice sky shot! With two galaxies, if you count ours ;) You got a lot of the Greek soap opera part of the sky, with the constellations Cassiopeia, Perseus, and Andromeda, plus deep-sky stuff like the Andromeda Galaxy, Perseus OB association, Double Cluster, and the Pleiades.

a-1511012759 Oct 26, 2017 02:36 PM
Bald Eagles at Cachuma Lake

What do you do make this spew up as you go I don't see it. lol

yetti Oct 26, 2017 10:38 AM
Bald Eagles at Cachuma Lake

BTW: we were mountain biking from RedRock to Gibralter Damn area last weekend and there was a huge bald eagle roosting in the oak trees and soaring over the lake while we were there. Very majestic bird and we were the only ones around for miles!

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