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A male bald eagle launches from a perch near the nest as his mate clenches a branch in her beak, while trying to break it away.
A bald eagle protects a discarded fish on the ice of a central Maine lake.
A bald eagle flies with a fish clenched in its beak, over the ice of a central Maine lake.
A bald eagle readies to land in its nest along Florida's gulf coast.
A bald eagle readies to land on the ice, vying for a free meal courtesy of ice fishermen.
A male great egret displays his beauty while nesting on Florida's Gulf coast.
A great egret (Ardea alba) feeds on alewife frye in a Maine coast estuary.
A male cardinal (cardinalis cardinalis) eats a berry from a winterberry bush in Vermont.
Great egrets and a snowy white egret do a dance while feeding in close proximity at J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge in Sanibel, Florida.
A snowy white egret (egretta thula) hovers in flight over the water, dragging its talons along the surface as a lure to attract bait fish while feeding.
A great horned owl is released back into the wild after rehabilitation.
A common loon (Gavia immer) floats on water in Penobscot River, in Baxter State Park, North Woods, Maine.
A common loon readies to launch from Cupsuptic Lake, in Maine's Rangeley Lakes region.
A juvenile bald eagle stretches its wings, before fully fledged, a short hop from the nest along Florida's gulf coast.
An immature bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) fends off a rival while protecting a pike on a frozen Maine lake.
A white bellied eagle fends off an attacking kite over Yellow Water Billabong in Australia.
Silhouetted water birds, including a great egret, (lower right) wade while feeding at sunset at J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge in Sanibel, Florida.
Still reliant upon its parents for food, a fledged barn swallow squawks for its meal as one of the parents flies back to the nest.
An African masked-weaver (Ploceus velatus) perches upside down on the nest along Lake Victoria in Kenya.
An African masked-weaver (Ploceus velatus) squawks at another weaver while perched in a tree along Lake Victoria in Kenya.
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