Previously I had written about boating in the delta marshes with the most common birds being Bald Eagles. This is another set taken as we moved along the South Santee River.
Above is the an example of the typical Eagle sighting as we moved up river. Sitting high above the shore and giving us no sign he gave us a single thought. Not surprising since this is a pretty remote area.
You can’t spot that many without getting a little lucky. Above is another bird, closer and in some rare southern fall colors.
However, this Eagle moved on as we drifted by.
There were several others further up river in the tree line where he flew off to. It’s nesting time so one was likely a mate.
Santee Delta, South Carolina.