I think she is lovely! Love the close-ups of the 7 o’clock spot in her right eye…an easy distinguishing mark now. Great pics.
These are wonderful pictures of this very determined female. I think you have really captured her character and intensity. Wonderful…ikie
Truly amazing close-up photos! Question– by which of those highlighted characteristics would we (us lay-people, that is) be able to ID her as she matures, assuming she chooses to stick around?
Response – The dark spot in the iris of her eye. Feathers can and will change.
AWESOME photos… I am really getting to feel that every day that we get to see her, we are seeing a window to her personallity and really getting to know her. I’m getting attached to this big young wonderful eagle. She is beautiful! Hope she stays around! Thank you Mr. Lukei for all you do and everyone else that is involved in making all of this live cam observation possible.
So many great closeups! I bet that mark on her right iris will help identify her in future years, just as the male’s iris speck does for him? I didn’t realize that the forehead/”eyebrow” showed yellow flesh. Thanks Reese!
IN picture #2, look at the raindrop rolling down her beak, in # 3, note the golden color just above her eye and in # 5, see the drop of water hanging on the tip of her beak. This camera is wonderful. Thank you partners!