Bald Eagle Chick
A Lake Waco Bald Eagle Chick on the ground after the nest blew down in overnight storms.
One of the Bald Eagle twins photographed on the ground a few moments after I discovered the nest had blown down in a overnight severe thunderstorm.
Eagles at Lake Waco 2018
The Lake Waco Eagle nest fell during a storm overnight and the chicks ended up on the ground.
Bald Eagle Rescue
The Texas Game Warden as he lifts the more seriously injured Bald Eagle chick out of the nest debris.
Game Warden Roger Nicholas moving one of the Eagle chicks in a to a pet carrier. The chicks were injured when the nest came down in a thunderstorm.
One of the Bald Eagle twins eating some Coot for lunch, that dad just delivered.
One of the Lake Waco Bald Eagle twins exercising her wings, getting them ready to fly.
One of the Bald Eagle chicks practicing with those massive wings.
One of the twin Bald Eagle chicks testing it's flying skills with short bursts of wing flapping and the occasional lift off of the nest.
The Bald Eagle dad bringing a Coot in for the twins.
A Meal for the Chicks
The Bald Eagle dad arriving at the nest with a meal for the twins.
A Bald Eagle Chick stretching his massive wings.
A Portrait of Dad
A close up of the Bald Eagle dad.
Bald Eagle Ballet
Dad lifts off from the tree limb in strong winds.
One of the two Bald Eagle chicks looking over the edge of the nest.
A Bald Eagle chick watches the world from the safety of the nest.
Bald Eagle Nest
A view of the large eagle nest with one fo the chicks looking out.
A Happy Chick
An eight week old Bald Eagle chick smiling at me.
Bald Eagle Chicks
A pair of Bald Eagle chicks at about 8 weeks old.