This is a blog about Norfolk Botanical Garden banded Bald Eagle "HK," hatched in 2009. The photos and observations are mine unless otherwise indicated.
I hope you enjoy this story of HK's life along a golf course on the North Landing River. Please take a second and leave a comment, they are greatly appreciated.
Jim provided several photos of HK and the Banded Female.
Here is HK and the Banded Female flying low together.
Quote from Jim: "HK
was carrying something and made several flights to the feeding tree
from various location while still carrying it. It looked like some kind
of moss to me." HK on the left, Banded Female on the right with fish.
HK leaves the fairway.
Jim was there until the sun went down and caught this beautiful shot of HK.
While I'm away....the Bald Eagles will play!
I have personal business in Florida, so I will be out of Virginia for an extended period of time. I too have a great interest in the goings on at Honey Bee. So, to that end, I have enlisted the help of Jim (and Shirley) Yanello. I will be continuing the blog, but with Jim and Shirley's photos and commentary while I am away.
Thanks for following!
~ Pam Monahan