I am taking my annual eagle watching trip this Saturday morning with my friend and amazing photographer, Ernie Mills. We’d love to see you on the bridge at about 7:30 Saturday morning!
Since then I’ve wanted to return to this spot. As much as I enjoy the knowledge shared by a large group of birders, I enjoy being alone with my thoughts. Yesterday I took the opportunity to revisit the spot (on a much warmer day) and I was able to spend some time with over twenty bald eagles.
Indiana is the wintering ground for a large number of bald eagles. Many of these birds roost along Sugar Creek in Park County. When the sun rises these birds fly from their roosts and follow Sugar Creek to the Wabash River where they hunt for fish.
The West Union Bridge, northwest of Montezuma, crosses Sugar Creek near…
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