Golden Eagle Sighting - 27 East

Sports

Golden Eagle Sighting

Number of images 2 Photos
The juvenile bald eagle has a darker (blackish) bill and cere, and extensive white on its body, while the golden does not.

The juvenile bald eagle has a darker (blackish) bill and cere, and extensive white on its body, while the golden does not.

The juvenile bald eagle has a darker (blackish) bill and cere, and extensive white on its body, while the golden does not.

The juvenile bald eagle has a darker (blackish) bill and cere, and extensive white on its body, while the golden does not.

Autor

South Fork Outdoors

  • Publication: Southampton Press
  • Published on: Dec 2, 2019
  • Columnist: Mike Bottini
Very similar in size to the golden eagle, juvenile bald eagles lacking the characteristic white-feathered head of the adults are sometimes misidentified as golden eagles. And that was initially assumed... more

AutorMore Posts from Mike Bottini

Natural History Weekend

This past weekend was the biannual Montauk Natural History Weekend sponsored by the New York ... 13 Jan 2020 by Mike Bottini

Providing Housing For Long Island’s Bats: Does It Help?

I recently received a query: “Are there any particular plans you would recommend for building ... 6 Jan 2020 by Mike Bottini

Best Wildlife Sightings Of 2019

As with the past several years, tops among the interesting and exciting wildlife sightings this ... 17 Dec 2019 by Mike Bottini

Nature’s Long Underwear: The Leaf Litter

It’s 8:30 a.m. on Sunday morning, December 15. I’m enjoying a cup of coffee, watching ... 15 Dec 2019 by Mike Bottini

Counting Birds: The 120th Annual Christmas Bird Count Is Approaching

Among a growing number of birding enthusiasts, the holiday season marks a tradition much different ... 9 Dec 2019 by Mike Bottini

The American Eel’s Spawning Run

Water levels in our local ponds, creeks and swamps have been high this fall and ... 22 Nov 2019 by Mike Bottini

Nature In November: Transition From Fall To Winter

By month’s end, the flocks of migrating songbirds will be gone and replaced with flocks ... 18 Nov 2019 by My27east

November Sightings

“What happened to our local scallops?” was the most talked about nature topic this past ... 11 Nov 2019 by My27east

Raising Monarchs

Monarch butterflies could still be observed making their way south last week, although we are ... 4 Nov 2019 by My27east

Some Walks In The Woods

Two river otter workshops were held last weekend, both designed to inform and train interested ... 28 Oct 2019 by My27east
logo

Welcome to our new website!

To see what’s new, click “Start the Tour” to take a tour.

We welcome your feedback. Please click the
“contact/advertise” link in the menu bar to email us.

Start the Tour
Landscape view not supported