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eagle at the international boundary






what a find interesting about the Canada and the United States there are borders that are well trimmed. up and over those mtns. now that would be a real workout. international boundary. i bet if you were hiking you might get stopped? you think?!!

at the boat stop if you wanted to go hiking ...you would need to show your passport to get back into the United States. 

i would like to say considering it is my blog that is a United States eagle. but it just might be a duel citizen. like i wish i was. need to look into that. hey pretty birdie you sure are lovely, are you looking for a fish? or just chillin' the day away? so jealous of his location. very nice. we were visiting this area late August 2014. Beth ( :

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eileeninmd said…
Beth, cool shot of the eagle... It does live in a beautiful place.. Lovely photos.. Have a happy Monday!
Great shots - spectacular scenery!
Linda Kay said…
It looks like there is no one at the marker to check your passport. Don't you just love the eagles? This one has such a great spot to chill out. I think he probably does have dual citizenship, Beth. We are going to Maine this summer for some vacation time, and someone reminded me the other day to take our passports, just in case we wanted to go into Canada. Duh, didn't think of that!
don said…
A fine series of very pretty pictures. The Bald Eagle makes a fine image,
Ruth Hiebert said…
That international border is quite interesting.I live close to the border,on the Canada side,so I say that the Eagle has dual citizenship.
TexWisGirl said…
dual citizenship for the eagle - that made me laugh. :)
William Kendall said…
On the north side of the border, the eagle likes to have his fish with a side bowl of maple syrup. Beautiful shots!
I'd love to take my parents to Canada this summer...God willing and the creek don't rise.
beautiful photos!
Tanya Breese said…
haha dual citizenship :D too funny...where we lived in missouri, we saw lots of eagles...on the other side of the road from us was a river and they liked to hang out in the trees there...you'd see several at a time...pretty incredible!
eileeninmd said…
Hi Beth, I love your eagle shot, great sighting...Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!
The scenery is spectacular and the Eagle is the icing on the cake. Have a wonderful weekend.
Anni said…
Hi Beth...
Beautiful shares today!!

To answer your question you left for me in my comments on my bird photo blog...EACH Saturday at noon [Texas time] a new linking party opens. Then, from there, it is open until Thursday the following week...and another will open again on the Saturday at noon.

So, if you'd like to share this link....feel free to stop by after NOON today and add it for all the other avid birders to view.

Beautiful scenery! The eagle is very handsome.
Anni said…
Beth, I'm back to send along my thanks for your participation and linking this weekend with you beautiful eagle photo and post of the great scenery!!!
Hi Beth, I enjoyed your photos and the humorous commentary :)

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