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    Rode down rock house rd after work yesterday just messing around after work. I pulled in a pull in to turn around and saw something flying out from the other bank. As it guy closer no doubt what it was. About half way across it dove down and caught a fish and flew to a tree on the other side. One of the most awesome things Iíve saw in a long time.


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    Very Majestic animals
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    I love to see them,its a majestic bird

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    Love to see Eagles, see them ever few trips and always enjoy it.
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    Going back this afternoon. Hopefully itíll come out again and Iíll have my camera ready.


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    Go below Guntersville dam between 3pm and dark and you just about NOT can see one or several along with the Ospreys as well .They usually set in the trees up near the dam watching for a Heron or sea gull to find a fish then they dive bomb them to make them drop it so they can take it !!! There are several immature ones there as well all brown no white head .
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    They are always cool to watch
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapperking View Post
    Go below Guntersville dam between 3pm and dark and you just about NOT can see one or several along with the Ospreys as well .They usually set in the trees up near the dam watching for a Heron or sea gull to find a fish then they dive bomb them to make them drop it so they can take it !!! There are several immature ones there as well all brown no white head .
    I donít live to far away so Iíll have to check them out. The one I saw was a total accident. Iíve saw them in captivity but never free like that.


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    See them quite often down here in the delta. Awesome sight


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