That's certainly incredible. After all the excitement two Bald Eagles produced for the BCBC in Burke's Garden, we'd probably need 22 defibrillators if we came across a sight like this. Jerry -----Original Message----- From: bcbirdclub-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:bcbirdclub-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Roger Mayhorn Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2008 10:28 PM To: BCBC Listserve Subject: [bcbirdclub] Fw: A RARE SIGHT FOR ANYONE Hi All, I received this from our friend and fellow birder, Larry Pinson of Wheatley, KY. I debated about putting it on the listserve, but since the photos were so great and it didn't take but a couple of minutes to download to my dial-up box, I decided to post it. Roger Mayhorn Compton Mt Subject: A RARE SIGHT FOR ANYONE Eagle in Alaska - AN AWESOME SIGHT FOR ANYONE a note with the photograph: Yeah, the cold temperatures (-5 F) came with a deep blue sky. The wind hasn't started and the snow from earlier in the week is still piled up. You can see that when the eagles landed, they knocked the snow off their branches. This was about 400 foot from our house in Eagle River , Alaska .