Last Saturday, Roger and I went out to Lock and Dam No. 14 on the Mississippi River, to check out what the Bald Eagles were up to. Eagles being Eagles, they like to take the path of least resistance to their meals, which is why they congregate at the dam. Something about the river being frozen in other parts and whatnot. Anyway, he explains it pretty well over at his blog, and he got some darn fine pics too.
Here are the three pics I thought were worth keeping from the 120 or so that I shot. Click to enlarge.