Created 23-Feb-09
Modified 28-Feb-09
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Taken in the back of parking lot B-3 at Raytheon in Marlboro, Massachusetts.

A Bald Eagle has been seen by myself and others flying over the Marlboro facility several times over the past month. I never thought it would perch, so cooperatively, for hours at a time in the parking affording great views for so many people who work in the facility.

I also saw an adult last year perched in a tree on the east side of the pond and flying overhead. Perhaps its the same bird. The nearby Sudbury Reservoir Watershed System would provide excellent breeding grounds for this magnificent bird -- something birders like myself will certainly look for.


Click the following links to see additional photos taken on March 12 and on March 05 and 06.
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Guestbook for 2009/02/20,23,26 Hager Pond Bald Eagle
14.Carole Avey(non-registered)
Thank you so much for sharing these marvelous pictures. What a great experience for you to have seen this majestic bird. I'm glad the Eagle won out over the Turkey as the national bird. Thank you John Adams.
13.Vincent Lalli(non-registered)
Thank you Bruce! This was passed along by my boss Jay. I love this guy! I think your pictures are awesome! I am a volunteer Viet-Nam Vet. I have two medals. I love my country. I think the Patriot is going to do it someday. Trial and error. Eventually it works! As you know, The Bald Eagle is the symbol of our country. I have only been on the computer for 3 months. My screen name is Sparkybg2009. Sparky=electrician, bg=beginning, 2009=now! My e-mail is Vincent_Lalli@Comcast.net I have passed along your beautiful pictures to my beautiful friends! THANK YOU! Sincerely, Me.
11.elaine giroux morrison(non-registered)
awesome Bruce - I am glad I got the see them........
10.Jean Booth(non-registered)
Thank you for sharing these amazing eagle pictures. I have for years longed to see an eagle like this in the wild, now I have the next best thing your wonderful pictures.
9.Donna Langello(non-registered)
I have never seen such amazing pictures. Great work, Bruce and thanks Ray for sharing them.
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