Recently, everyone in the woodlands have been watching two glorious Eagles fly overhead; it’s so exciting to see them soar over the beautiful blue water and then, sometimes, perch high into the trees.
It became a ritual to look out for the Eagles, especially since we have come to know that they are building a nest, and plan to live amongst the canopy of the old trees on top of the big ridge.
So, last Monday, I was working around the garden and could not believe my eyes when a male and female Eagle landed at the water’s edge with their catch of the day!
I really could not tell what they were feasting on, but it appeared to be a fish. It may or may not be unusual for Eagles to eat their prey in a wide open area; however, I was honored to take part in this grand moment.
It appeared that they also shared their meal, equally, and were affectionate with each other when done.
Thankfully, I had a camera at hand to capture the awesome experience of nature.
© Photography by Cinthia Diane Stafford