Scene in Edmonds: Moon flight

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Both of the Pt. Edwards eagles were out enjoying a sunny,  but windy Thursday afternoon.   I got some "ET" shots from Marina Park as one flew over the Pt. Edwards condos. Scroll down page 2 and continue on to page 3 for more photos and narrative. http://www.pnwphotos.com/forum/showthread.php?12848-Edmonds-Eagles-2015-2016/page2
Both of the Point Edwards eagles were out enjoying a sunny, but windy Thursday afternoon, and photographer Bill Anderson notes that he got some “ET” shots from Marina Park as one flew over the condos. You can see more at this link.

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  1. Thanks, Denise and Vivian. The Pt. Edwards bald eagle pair are regulars at the Edmonds waterfront. They often perch on the lone piling off Marina Beach, in the trees on the bluff above the off leash dog park, and on the two pilings off the Senior Center between the ferry dock and the marina.

    They will take off from one of the above locations and fly to the nearby marsh for a drink and a bath or fly over Puget Sound to hunt for dinner.

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