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Bald Eagles and Fawns

May 30th, 2011
Young Bald Eagle at Sea Cliff Gardens

Young Bald Eagle at Sea Cliff Gardens

These are the best wildlife photos anyone has ever taken at Sea Cliff Gardens Bed & Breakfast!  (You can click on the images to see them bigger–then just click your back-browser button to return to this blog.)

These great shots came to us from one of our favorite returning guests, David Nadalin.

This juvenile bald eagle flew right past David and Carol while they were standing on the edge of the cliff.  He must be close to reaching adulthood, because his head feathers are starting to turn white.  I’m talking about the eagle here, not David. ;)   The bald eagles’ striking white head against a background of black feathers show up when they are four years old.  Until then, they wear a mottled camouflage look.

These twin fawns were wobbly newborns when David and Carol spotted them in our neighbor’s yard from the window of their room at Sea Cliff Gardens. 

The image of the adult bald eagle was captured by David at Dungeness Spit, which is a few miles down the coastline from us.

Adult Bald Eagle at Dungeness Spit

Adult Bald Eagle at Dungeness Spit

You can check out the Facebook page for David’s professional photography here:  (https://www.facebook.com/NadalinPhotography)   Thanks, David!

Twin Newborn Fawns at Sea Cliff Gardens

Twin Newborn Fawns at Sea Cliff Gardens