I spoke too soon yesterday when I reported the end of our photo safari in Yellowstone! Delighted with our experiences and photos this past week, we knew it couldn’t get any better. Yet, we ventured in again and the park gave us its best encore performance! Perched high on a branch, Greg spotted a juvenile bald eagle. With its consistent crying call, he thought mama must be nearby. And she was! High in a tree, several hundred feet across the road near the river! Instantly people armed with binoculars and cameras swarmed the area creating a traffic jam in the process. After posing for a brief time, she took flight, circled the area and landed out of view. The crowds dispersed. Greg climbed down to the river’s edge anticipating that mama would soon fish for breakfast. He was so right! Over the next hour, we watched in awe as mama and baby enjoyed a fish treat. It was truly an incredible experience seeing it unfold. Just the two of us on the river bank watching the two of them.
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