We frequently have bald eagles out here between 38 and Ed Hill Road on Hile 
School Rd.  I haven’t been home enough to note whether they are settling down 
in the woods next door as they did last year and year before.  During 2015 we 
had at least 3…2 adults or near adults and a juvenile.  But one or more 
regularly come overhead, sometimes soar toward the great blue heron rookery off 
Red Mill Rd, or out toward Fall Creek Rd near Ed HIll intersection.  (Notably, 
that rookery was totally gone this past summer, although I cannot figure out 
how all the nests were suddenly gone.  I suspect “management”, but no one 
around here has been able to tell me anything.)

There are a lot of “gut piles” around now, from deer dressing, so I am sure the 
pickings have been reasonably good for scavengers.

Anne B Clark
147 Hile School Rd
Freeville, NY 13068

> On Dec 21, 2017, at 12:13 AM, cl...@juno.com wrote:
> We have seen eagles flying over our yard in the past three months, but today 
> as I was driving over the Etna Mills bridge crossing Fall Creek, there was an 
> adult eagle sitting in a large tree directly overlooking the stream bed. 
> Watched for about 10 minutes until traffic forced us to leave.
> Colleen Richards
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