More Eagles, along with American White Pelicans at Charbonneau Park, and some other stuff along the way.
Weary of four walls, Darlene, Nora and I headed for the Snake River at Hood and Charbonneau parks. On the way we saw a Ross' Goose (we think) or a Snow Goose. We saw Pelicans and one eagle in a tree along the river before reaching Charbonneau . Half a mile from the park, we counted six eagles perched in trees. Some had the distinctive white heads, some didn't. I assume they were young bald eagles, that don't develop white heads for about four years. My main source, however, said they're so large they could be Golden Eagles. I remained mum.Read More