The Eagles keep landing

Jason Werling
Mar 23, 2010

 

I promised you updates on the eagles that set up their nest at the Old Dutch Tavern in Perkins Township and one was provided to me without me stepping foot over in that neck of the woods.

Dale Coffman fulfilled a lifelong dream by relocating the ReMax Quality Realtors to a new building at the corner of Mall Boulevard and Perkins Avenue. A bonus in the location of the new building are the constant flyovers and perchings of several Bald Eagles. Two of which are the Old Dutch nesters.

Ellen Coffman sent me a couple pics of their frequent visitors.

I also had an e-mail forwarded to me from my wife, thanks Beth, of a place a "little" more populated with eagles than we have here on the north coast of Ohio. Several of the pictures over to the right are of Eagle River, Wisconsin.


Provided photo/DALE COFFMAN An eagle is perched in a tree outside ReMax Quality Realty in Perkins Township.


Provided photo/JIM ASHTON Three eagles in a tree outside ReMax Quality Realty in Perkins Township.


Unknown photographer Photo from a forwarded e-mail from Eagle River, Wisconsin.


Unknown photographer Photo from a forwarded e-mail from Eagle River, Wisconsin.


Unknown photographer Photo from a forwarded e-mail from Eagle River, Wisconsin.


Unknown photographer Photo from a forwarded e-mail from Eagle River, Wisconsin.


Unknown photographer Photo from a forwarded e-mail from Eagle River, Wisconsin.


Unknown photographer Photo from a forwarded e-mail from Eagle River, Wisconsin.

Comments

Corndog

Theirs two bald eagles were i hunt in milan and it's sure is a added gift to see them fly around me while i'm in my tree stand. It's great to see the population growing so well. I never seen a bald eagle in the wild until 5 years ago. Now I've been seeing more and more in many different places.