George Burgess

1 follower
·
5 following
gamburgess

More ideas from George Burgess

Water ski...excellence! All weather friend...soars here almost daily...in high majestic spirals or low flying over the lawn or in water skiing moments on lake...Bald Eagle, USA National Bird!

Eagle: Among Animal Totems there were animals known as messengers or friends of humankind. Eagles were known as the messengers and prayers of the "Creator." The Creator was their god. This is why eagle feathers are so sacred to Native Americans.

American Bald Eagle fishing in a winter snow storm or blizzard at Kachemak Bay near Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska.

MAJESTY by Christopher Dodds; Lisa and I, while she was fishing Fanshaw Lake saw one gliding over the surface of the water about ten feet away!

Bald Eagle...waiting for his chiropractor

In this Civil War Today We Have but One Weapon, Trust. Withdraw Trust from this Lying, Spying, Smug and Arrogant Banker Government & WE The People May Rule Again…

USA: THE BEST! PROUD TO BE AMERICAN!!!!!

Weißkopfseeadler (white headed sea eagle)by {Jürgen Oswald} @ Zoo Neunkirchen churches) :)

Bald Eagle

American Eagle catching his dinner.looks like fish again tonight.

This creature is so majestic, demands respect. Previous pinner: Little Bird - By: (Jan Schättiger) by Paintingdreams.

National Animal Symbols: This creature is so majestic, demands respect. Previous pinner: Little Bird - By: (Jan Schättiger) by Paintingdreams.

This is such a weird angle...

hiwoxuuniis: “ KING 5 Our good friend Michael at McGlinn’s Public House took this great shot of an eagle eyeballing him from high in a tree in the Wenatchee area ”

Bald Eagles by † David Gunter, via Flickr - David Gunter is my friend - Kay Gooch

isadorajoshua: “A bird sitting on a tree is never afraid of the branch breaking, because her trust is not on the branch but on it’s own wings. Always believe in yourself” Bald Eagles By David Gunter.

Bald Eagle in flight. We have had eagles drop salmon on our porch in the past as the they fly to the trees from the Russian River to eat their catch.

Previous pinner: Bald Eagle in flight. We have had eagles drop salmon on our porch in the past as the they fly to the trees from the Russian River to eat their catch. Like the scales on butterfly wings!

Bald eagle with its prey, taken at the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve in Alaska photo by Randall Roberts

Bald eagle defends its catch. - Bald Eagle feeds on salmon, Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve, Haines, Alaska.

Pinterest
Search