Eagles like to feed early in the morning. If you want to capture images of the action, you have to be there. Here are a few photos of this mornings action of KE getting fed. Not the best images because of thick heat haze and the distance, but you will get the idea. At 6:45am KE was sitting on the boat lift of the property owner where her nest is located screaming loudly to be fed. The adult female was in her favorite lone pine on Cheswick Lane. She flew and went out of sight, but returned a few minutes later with a fish and sat on the top on a boat shed across from the nest tree (400 yards from me – I was at the boat launch on Cheswick). KE flew to the boat shed and was given a piece of the fish. KE then got up and flew with the fish for a couple minutes, then landed next to the adult and ate the fish. The adult flew off and after finishing the fish, KE flew to a tree branch in the shade (took a few minutes to find her). All photos copyright Reese F Lukei Jr. Click on photos to enlarge.