American Bald Eagles Return to
A friend of mine sent this too me - They told me they thought there were two eagles looking for a nest site along the river near RiversidePark Tunkhannock earlier this spring!!!
The following are some of the comments off of FB after I posted the picture!
Dawn Fitch - Last weekend there were 2 circling my house which is Avery/Ousterhout Mt.
JJohn Fud Zavacki - That is most certainly an eagle. I saw two of them circling the river in Greenridge, on Nay Aug avenue.
Sandra Repsher-Ritz - I was so excited to see them. It's the first I have ever witnessed an American Eagle in the wild. We took our son over and use binoculars to get a better look and we saw a young chick in the nest with the mom or dad. I just think these birds are so beautiful. Thank you for sharing the photo.
Allyson Urie - First time I ever saw a bald eagle was driving over the bridge in Tunkhannock!
Kevin Nvrmnd commented only one word - wahite. I teased him about not knowing the new computer language. He was quick to explain what the word meant and it made my heart happy.
This is what Kevin explained: Washite (pronounced wah she tay) is a loose translation borrowed from the Lakota Native language meaning, in layman's terms...all IS WELL and all is HOW it is supposed to be...stay on the path....(also referred to as the path toward righteousness).
When I thanked him he when on to say, "My pleasure...thanks for beautifying this world.....a world we borrow from (not leave to) our children's children."
Kevin in two sentences you have expressed of my deepest feelings about this planet and our responsibility to do no harm, thank you and THANKS to everyone who commented!