Photo time stamp: 7/1/2015 12:02 a.m. The difference is because the young eagle came down about ten meters (thirty feet) behind the adult and required the cameras to be swung to catch different shore and sunlight.
The Great Blue Heron is another bird that we see commonly on out tours. Like the eagle they are opportunistic feeders and are quite proficient at catching small fish. In the ocean they will often sit on kelp or logs and look for unsuspecting fish. In the rivers they hunt for fry (young salmon) and other small fish such as stickleback. Thanks to Felix for the great picture.Visit our Blog