Thursday, June 30, 2011

Decorah Eagle

Decorah Eagle
8 x 10 inches
Oil on wood panel.

This is my tribute to the Decorah eagles.

For the past months, I have been watching daily as the eaglets have grown from the little balls of feathers that emerged from their eggs in early April, to the large flying eagles they are today. As they learn how to hunt and perfect their flying skills, they are still hanging around the nest in Decorah, IA. To see the web cam, click here:

There is nothing more magnificent than seeing an eagle in flight. As John Denver put it, "I know he'd be a poorer man if he never saw an Eagle fly, Rocky mountain high..."

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