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Where an eagle flies

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After a couple of years of reports of bald eagles visiting Lexington in the winter months, we finally have solid photographic proof as this eagle was photographed at the Jacobson Park reservoir. The numbers of eagles has increased in Kentucky, with at least 300 to 400 spending their winters here. Photographs by Charles Bertram| Staff

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11 Responses to “Where an eagle flies”
  1. Carol says:

    Wow! Amazing photos. It’s obvious you have an eagle eye through your lens too!

  2. Batman says:

    Magnificent……..breathtaking……what a way to reincarnation !!

  3. Treetop says:

    One of my co-workers has been telling me this for months. This morning, she brought in several shots of the big E out there at the golf course taken a couple of days ago.

  4. Uncle Dave says:

    That is the best EAGLE I have seen on that golf course in a long time.

  5. commodore says:


    What a fantastic PIC! Have admired y6our artistry for many, many years. From an old TC Brother.

  6. a says:

    thank you so much – these picts are wonderful

  7. Diana says:

    Awsome Pictures! I am so excited to know that they may finally be in this area. Thank you SO much for sharing these wonderful shots!

  8. Kelly & Nathan Svec says:

    Can we say it too much? These pictures are just beautiful. He is a gorgeous creature and it would be so cool if he found nest-mate.

  9. Anonymous says:

    the picture is deceiving, i should say the caption is is obvious the eagles tallons are ready to grab supper

  10. Bill Johnston says:

    Not wishing to be redundant (which never stopped me in the past); but that is close to a perfect picture in my book. I love the small branches sticking up around the broken off tree branch/trunk as the eagle prepares to land. That should be in Natl Geographic – and there it is, right here in Fayette County to boot! All of the pictures are amazing! The Bald Eagles’ resurrection from near extinction demonstrates the resiliency that is possible with a little focused effort. It is an interesting national symbol.

  11. Denisha Coles-Robinson says:

    Simply Beautiful!!!

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