The two Saw Pen Point (Virginia Beach) bald eagle fledglings are doing well. This morning (Sunday) both were sitting in a loblolly pine tree with one of the adults about 200 yards from their nest tree. You can clearly see the juvie with the white tail, but the other one is to the right behind the tree branches. They both flew and soared out over Little Neck at least a mile away for about 15 minutes. The one with the darker tail came back to the same pine tree, and the white-tailed fledgling flew to another tree out of my sight. I did locate it a few minutes later as it was calling out (food begging). They will gradually widen their flights away from their natal area, then do as Azalea and Camellia are doing – wander. Click on photos to enlarge.
Photos copyrighted by Reese F Lukei Jr