We visited Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in Cambridge, Maryland last week. We drove around the Refuge just to see if anything interesting to see photograph. We saw a few bald eagles perching on the tree branch but an unusual one on the chimney of the roadside house. Another not so common one was the little Eastern Screech Owl tuck in a tree trunk as we drove along Wildlife Drive. Of course, we saw the common great blue heron and a cormorant. We also witnessed a far away flock of snow geese.
An eagle on a chimney is not exactly what you can expect every day 🙂
Yes, it really caught our attention as we drove by!
Very beautiful photos. Thank you very much for sharing. Peace be with you !!! Lien-fu Huang
Sighting an eagle seems to be a rare find. Nice work.
Thanks, it was a pleasant but adventurous drive around the Blackwater Wildlife Refuge, especially to find bald eagles perching on the tree branch or on the chimney!