Bald Eagle stare down

Bald Eagles on the Columbia River

Where the Klickitat river empties out into the Columbia River in Lyle, Washington, Bald Eagles can be seen perched in the tree tops above the Salmon as the fish lay their eggs and head upstream. It is a magnificent sight where you can see up to 15 eagles at one time right now!

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tworkinger says ... on Monday, Jan 30 at 4:41 PM

I saw, on xmas day, 2011 approx. 48 bald eagles just a little ways upstream on the Klickitat river just outside Lyle, just north of where the river intersects with the Columbia. I have NEVER seen so many bald eagles gathered together in one spot!

Bob Hansen says ... on Wednesday, Apr 6 at 8:04 PM

We have counted as many as 60 Bald Eagles at one time and place in January on the Klickitat River at Lyle.

paulkline says ... on Thursday, Feb 3 at 12:52 PM

Thank you all for your nice comments :) I'm more than happy to share them with you. They are majestic amazing creatures indeed.

Anonymous says ... on Thursday, Feb 3 at 12:46 PM

I LOVE that these gorgeous, majestic birds represent our nation. Bold, beautiful - and with a look that says, "Don't mess with me". Thanks for sharing your beautiful pictures.

lucylucille says ... on Wednesday, Feb 2 at 12:46 PM

That's a good one. I like eagle pics.

Notice says ... on Wednesday, Feb 2 at 9:22 AM

I like how that eagle is looking at the camera seemingly saying "What are YOU looking at?"

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