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Juvenile Eagle On Rock

Copyright Barbara Samuelson 1997

This juvenile was waiting to feed on the salmon back and tail discarded by a commercial fisherman in Sitka, Alaska. Juveniles appear much larger than mature bald eagles and do not back off in a fight for food. Notice the mottled color of his feathers. Bald eagles do not reach their famous appearance until their fifth year.


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