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Eagle on salmon pole

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Wednesday February 20, 2013

Ocean Shores, WA (Current Weather Conditions)

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2. osdianna
4:24 PM GMT on February 24, 2013
Residents put up these poles on the top of the dune so they can find their way to the path to their home...300 yds or so through the dunes. This eagle claimed this pole, lost it for a few weeks when a Snowy Owl took over, then re-claimed it when the owls moved to another part of town.
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1. Hotzenwaelder
6:49 AM GMT on February 24, 2013
It certainly looks like the eagle made an unforced error, but the salmon that size would probably mean that it was too bid to chew anyway.
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osdianna

Born Oceanside, Ca. (Camp Pendelton actually, Navy hospital on the Marine base)in 1945. Lived all my life in California until 1998 when my dad dies and I moved to the Pacific NW to be closer to my ailing mother. I liked it so much I stayed, couldn't afford to go back anyway. I love it here but I miss real dirt (I have lots of sand), my roses, and the heat required to grow tomatoes. I walk the beach every day, rain or shine...well most days...with my trusty yellow lab Maggie.Favorite Quote: There is no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing. I am a birder, a Master Gardener, and a volunteer. Life is good.

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