For days I have been watching White-tailed Eagles (Haliaeetus albicilla) on a lake in the middle of Brandenburg to find their preferred resting places. Some immature young eagles (around 3 to 4 years old), with almost white tails, playfully train their reactions in the air. In autumn, flocks of unpaired, immature White-tailed Eagles roam around. I have set myself the not-so-easy task of taking photos at a bathing or drinking spot of the White-tailed Eagles. A and that without the usual support as a bait facility. If you have set yourself up for something like this, you should know for sure that the eagles will really come close to the hide, otherwise the long preparatory work would be in vain. It decided for the construction of a reed hiding place. The construction must take place at a time when the White-tailed Eagles do not appear. A suspicious look at the sky from time to time is certainly helpful. After all, the camouflage hide is perfectly adapted to the landscape. Now it is time to let a few days pass. Then you can dare to spend the first day in hiding.
The first day in the hide. After a while bird activity rose. First, a common buzzard (Buteo buteo) came near the hiding place. A little later other birds. Including a Common Raven (Corvus corax) and then Continue reading Photography of bathing White-tailed Eagles