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Monday, April 18, 2011

Eagles at Seward Park

Bald Eagle Perched at Seward Park
ph credit Michael Oxman
Arborist Michael Oxman spotted this bald eagle on Saturday at Seattle's Seward Park while working with a group removing invasive blackberry. Seward Park is in SE Seattle and is a peninsula which jutts into Lake Washington and is a huge urban oasis with many huge, tall trees. 

Eagles, of course need tall trees to perch upon and survey the area for prey like salmon.
Soaring Eagle-ph credit Michael Oxman

So, two good deeds in one day! 

Thanks Michael! 

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