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December, 2017


December 7, 2017
Vedder River

We enjoy taking a walk along the Rotary Trail next to the Vedder River once in awhile.

Bald Eagles often perch on trees above the trail watching the river for Salmon and watching the people and dogs walking on the trail below them.

Sometimes there are a few Bald Eagles waiting in the large woody debris washed up on the gravel bars in the river.

We watched a young Bald Eagle enjoying a meal of Salmon while a Northwestern Crow tried to distract it by pulling on its tail feathers.

An older Bald Eagle flew down to quickly dispatch both the young Bald Eagle and the Northwestern Crow. The young Bald Eagle moved a sort distance away.

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