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February 5, 2016

Why bald eagles are always photographed from the side


Posted by gerardvanderleun at February 5, 2016 11:02 AM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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It has to do with their modeling contracts with Aviary Life and their agent's remuneration.

Posted by: Vermont Woodchuck [TypeKey Profile Page] at February 5, 2016 1:58 PM

I've seen bald eagles in the wild about 10 times and in every instance they were skarfing up on dead bodies. Never once did I seen one attack an adversary and win straight up. Carrion carousers.

Every summer we have a double family of wild turkey's formulate in the woods out back, usually 2 moms, 2 dad's and 9 to 11 young'ens and you have not seen such a vigilant set determined to better their brood anywhere, and do so successfully.

By fall a couple of the youngsters will have fallen prey but the young Tom's will be strutting with beards down to here and the females are preening for the start of their new families in the spring, and the bald eagles circle above patiently waiting for their next meal like negro's waiting for their EBT cards to be electronically refilled.

Such is the way of the do'ers and the parasites.

Ben Franklin was right and I can prove it.

Posted by: ghostsniper [TypeKey Profile Page] at February 5, 2016 2:58 PM

The eagle on the right looks at us crossly -- and rightly so.

Posted by: Stug Guts [TypeKey Profile Page] at February 5, 2016 6:13 PM

Ghost, you are indeed the master of all curmudgeons. Weapons grade disparagement on all topics guaranteed! This one actually made me snort coffee- for realz.


Posted by: John M [TypeKey Profile Page] at February 6, 2016 8:40 AM

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