Lancs Dave2 wrote:Just seen the W T Eagle, Crunchie - how near were you? A fantastic picture! We saw one whilst parked at services in Denmark, on the way to a Runrig gig. (We were going to the gig, not the eagle!!) It was being mobbed by gulls and was very high. Try as I might, I couldn't find it through my viewfinder! Despite having no substantial hills, Denmark has 30 odd pairs, plus a few Goldies.
The blasted thing few right over our boat actually Dave. I had my camera trained on the coast line and I saw something move so I snapped a photo, later when checking the picture out I realised I had the camera trained on two of them and hadn't noticed.
The first one flew off and circled overhead then the other joined it, there was another pair on a nest as well.
We also saw the sperm whale that had been hanging about in the bay. After a few days it headed off.
My partner managed to get this picture of both sea eagles, my other ones are on another memory card.http://www.flickr.com/photos/36432689@N07/8623524563/