>From Rt 90, just north of Aurora

A good flock of mostly redheads; I was very pleased to see quite a few 
canvasbacks, some scaup, and some little ones that were obscured by the trees.  
An adult eagle few over.  Several minutes later, my collie alerted me to two 
immature eagles perched on the lakeshore trees.  The flock soon flew north.  
I'm assuming that the immatures were progeny of the pair that nests at Paine's 
Creek.

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