I LOVE TO EAGLE WATCH ON THE IOWA RIVER DURING THE WINTER
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Nor says ... on Friday, Feb 11 at 3:09 PM
I just watched two birds that looked and sounded very much like bald eagles fly above the Jefferson and Dodge intersection in Iowa City. Did anyone else seen these birds around? A few people nearby saw and agreed that's what they looked like.
HAIR says ... on Wednesday, Feb 10 at 7:55 AM
The non-profit agency Help Our Iconic Raptors (HAIR) asks you to support our nation's bald eagles. Donate to your local Hair Club for Eagles, or participate in the Boy Scouts' annual Rogaine for Eagles collection.
Odd stuff... says ... on Tuesday, Feb 9 at 7:28 AM
I too have seen many Bald Eagles lately, just a beautiful sight.. they are such a majestic looking creature.
Baddad59 says ... on Saturday, Feb 6 at 3:30 PM
Nice to live in an area where we are able to see them.
Oscar Myers says ... on Saturday, Feb 6 at 9:53 AM
Seen a bunch down at the tube in Iowa City feeding on fish.
sanda142 says ... on Saturday, Feb 6 at 9:48 AM
where the hell my comment
sanda142 says ... on Saturday, Feb 6 at 9:31 AM
The eagles are common place. I see them on a daily basis. What an awesome sight to see. Thanks for sharing apostlejb!
Anonymous says ... on Friday, Feb 5 at 9:56 PM
I havent seen that many bald eagles not sure where gohawks lives
JAG says ... on Friday, Feb 5 at 9:48 PM
they are such majestic birds, I saw one perched on a tree sometime ago in cedar rapids too.
Bald Eagle says ... on Friday, Feb 5 at 9:33 PM
It seems to me that some won't miss something until it's truly gone. I might even miss GoHawks when he goes extinct like his neanderthal pals.
Reader says ... on Friday, Feb 5 at 9:06 PM
I love seeing the Bald Eagles!
GoHawks says ... on Friday, Feb 5 at 8:45 PM
Have you looked outside? It is not 1974. I see more eagles than pigeons.
Like I said, flying rats. They are just pretty buzzards.
Gohawksisanidiotisanidiot says ... on Friday, Feb 5 at 7:51 PM
They are every where now. Wild turkeys were also VERY rare not so long ago, now they are a dime a dozen
Gohawksisanidiot says ... on Friday, Feb 5 at 6:29 PM
Hey 'Gohawks' maybe you should do a little research on the near extirpation of the Bald Eagle in the midwest before making such ignorant comments.
Gohawks says ... on Friday, Feb 5 at 6:13 PM
So what? These things are everywhere. They are like great big flying rats.
iowa530 says ... on Friday, Feb 5 at 5:59 PM
I have seen 7 eagles on the Iowa river between Burlington St. and Iowa Ave. in Iowa City.
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