Date: 2/4/18 8:22 am From: Harry Armistead <harryarmistead...> Subject: [MDBirding] golden eagles, Blackwater area.
Lately there's been some commentary on this. Golden eagles are more likely to be seen in areas north of the refuge than on the central refuge area, especially Decoursey Bridge Road and Buttons Neck. Hog Range, at the end of Wildlife Drive, is supposed to be good for them, too. Haven't seen them there lately, but years ago almost hit one with the car about 100 yards from where one turns left there onto Route 335 to get to the bridge across Blackwater River. THAT would have been roadkill du jour par excellence. - Harry Armistead, Philadelphia (home of the Philadelphia Eagles and their mascot, an adult Bald Eagle named 'Challenger', sometimes flown at home games).
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