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Where are the Bald Eagles?
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Apr 20, 2013 16:35:19   #
GarryBB
 
I am going to the USA for a month from 01 May and I would love to photograph some Bald Eagles.

I am going to be based in Davenport outside of Orlando in Florida, however I am flying up to Newark NJ to see some family in Denville NJ just west of Newark, and I was wondering if anyone may know where I can drive out to get possible sightings for these magnificent birds either in Florida or North to central New Jersey area.
 
Apr 20, 2013 20:00:33   #
jstar
 
About 1hr southeast of Orlando is Winter Haven. On rt 540 between Winter Haven and Lakeland is the Circle Bar B wildlife preserve. Many andvaried birds including Bald Eagles, many types of Herons, Ibis, Egrets, Spoonbills, and Ospreys. Well worth the visit. Also on the same road is the Sheriffs Dept. As of last winter, between 25 and 100+ Eagles were gathering on their cell tower every evening. Quite a site,(it's tall so bring a large lens)
Apr 21, 2013 07:28:48   #
Add
 
East of Fort Myers is the Franklin Lock on the Caloosahatchee Waterway.Eagles often in trees on north side.
Apr 21, 2013 08:38:33   #
Jim S
 
GarryBB wrote:
I am going to the USA for a month from 01 May and I would love to photograph some Bald Eagles.

I am going to be based in Davenport outside of Orlando in Florida, however I am flying up to Newark NJ to see some family in Denville NJ just west of Newark, and I was wondering if anyone may know where I can drive out to get possible sightings for these magnificent birds either in Florida or North to central New Jersey area.


Conowingo Dam on the Susquehanna River. North west of Havre de Grace, Maryland. Great spot.
Apr 21, 2013 09:05:16   #
sb (a regular here)
 
And on your NEXT trip to the states..... plan a trip to Alaska! Expensive, but nowhere else on earth like it. In Homer the eagles hang around the docks to steal scraps of fish when the boats return. They are everywhere. And from there you can take a float plane to Katmai National Park to photograph the grizzlies!
At Katmai NP

Apr 21, 2013 10:44:40   #
GSQRD1
 
Since you are going to be near Orlando check this out:

http://www.nasa.gov/centers/kennedy/news/eagles.html :thumbup:
 
Apr 21, 2013 16:37:41   #
wlgoode
 
Jim S wrote:
Conowingo Dam on the Susquehanna River. North west of Havre de Grace, Maryland. Great spot.


First time I've ever heard anyone outside my family mention my birthplace: Havre de Grace, Maryland.
Apr 21, 2013 16:43:29   #
Audi57
 
Kennedy space centre ( centre American) great place high nests/roosts brilliant shots, been done it great.
Apr 21, 2013 17:10:22   #
arjty
 
Haines, Alaska
Apr 21, 2013 17:10:34   #
arjty
 
Haines, Alaska
Apr 21, 2013 17:14:27   #
wcobon
 
Conowingo Dam on the Susquehanna River is a great place if your in the Baltimore / Philadelphia area, but, Alaska is saturated with Balde Eagles.
 
Apr 21, 2013 19:51:28   #
Ugly Jake
 
jstar wrote:
About 1hr southeast of Orlando is Winter Haven. On rt 540 between Winter Haven and Lakeland is the Circle Bar B wildlife preserve. Many andvaried birds including Bald Eagles, many types of Herons, Ibis, Egrets, Spoonbills, and Ospreys. Well worth the visit. Also on the same road is the Sheriffs Dept. As of last winter, between 25 and 100+ Eagles were gathering on their cell tower every evening. Quite a site,(it's tall so bring a large lens)


Second this - watch out for the raccoons - they'll sneak up on you !
Apr 21, 2013 20:25:39   #
Jblanke
 
GarryBB wrote:
I am going to the USA for a month from 01 May and I would love to photograph some Bald Eagles.

I am going to be based in Davenport outside of Orlando in Florida, however I am flying up to Newark NJ to see some family in Denville NJ just west of Newark, and I was wondering if anyone may know where I can drive out to get possible sightings for these magnificent birds either in Florida or North to central New Jersey area.

I think Alaska just might be the place. However, we do have a few down in South Louisiana.


Apr 21, 2013 20:27:03   #
Jblanke
 
wcobon wrote:
Conowingo Dam on the Susquehanna River is a great place if your in the Baltimore / Philadelphia area, but, Alaska is saturated with Balde Eagles.


WC, that is one gorgeous dog.
Apr 23, 2013 22:27:48   #
MTG44 (a regular here)
 
Honeymoon Island Park in Dunedin Fla. two and half hours from Orlando has a nesting pair of bald eagles plus many bird photography opportunities. I had a great time there in March. I can give you directions if you would like.
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