Nesting Eagles at Tualatin Refuge

There is a pair of nesting eagles in the Tualatin River National Refuge and the baby can be seen hopping around the edge of the nest testing out it's wings in preparation to fly one day soon. In this shot one of the adult just brought back some food for the baby and after it ate it's meal began exercising it's wings. It almost looked like it was showing off to the parent, proud of it's progress.

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