There's just something special about seeing eagles in the wild. I don't know if it's because they are the United States of America's National Bird, or if it's just because they are such a symbol of freedom in our culture, but there's just something special about seeing them in the wild.  Recently I saw photos of freshly hatched eaglets in Indiana, and WOW I had to share!

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First off how about a parent photo, I mean with genes like this, the baby has to be cute right?

Photo By Stephanie Van Meter Holdman
Photo By Stephanie Van Meter Holdman
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Definitely right!

 

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Photo By Stephanie Van Meter Holdman
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Enjoying a snack

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Photo By Stephanie Van Meter Holdman
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Indiana Nature Lovers

I'm in a group on Facebook that shares all kinds of fascinating photos of nature in Indiana, it's called Indiana Nature Lovers.  Recently in the group, I saw photos of freshly hatched eaglets that caught my eye.  The photos were posted by Stephanie Van Meter Holdman, and so I had to reach out to her to hear all about these eagles.  Her photos were STUNNING.

Photo By Stephanie Van Meter Holdman
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A Family of Eagles

I reached out to Stephanie to see if I could share the stunning eagle photos, and Stephanie told me that she has been somewhat following this particular family of eagles for 4 years now.

I have been checking this family for 4 years now, on the way to Wabash College hall of the time. The older chicks are from 2020. Last year, I witnessed a Great Blue Heron fly into the nest after she has eggs.😭 No babies in 21. This year, at least 1!!😃 I am sending several of the 2020.

 

Check out these photos of the eagles from 2020!

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Look at these eaglets!

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Photo By Stephanie Van Meter Holdman
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Stephanie really has an eye for catching these majestic birds on camera!

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Thank you so much Stephanie for sharing these stunning photos with us!

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