Juvenile Bald Eagle?

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  1. Michaelaw

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    Cool photos Michael, what lens did you use?
     
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    looks like a golden eagle to me maybe??
     
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    Thanks...Zuiko 70-300mm f4, 5.6
     
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    That was my guess too but I'm told it's a bald eagle. I googled images of Juveniles and now I'm thinking not Golden Eagle.
     
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    Awesome!.

    Definitely a juvie. They take a year and a half or so to get their white. There are a ton of them in my area. Sometimes we see several a day on Pine Island. They are really tough to approach here though.
     

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