Bald eagle, Image created by Hope Rutledge

Nancy Gulasy wrote the following: 9/1/2015 while kayaking with my husband on lake Russell in elberton GA we spotted a bald eagle diving to catch a fish or something in the water. Later it flew directly overhead and we positively identified it as a bald eagle.

2/11/15. There is a bald eagle across the street watching for golfers on the 11th fairway in Summergrove, Newnan, GA !!! Took several photos and watched for 30 min. Wish I had stayed till it flew away, but hopefully he/she will return.
J Massengale

Saw my third sighting of a mature bald eagle in last 12 months over our 40 acre lake in Harris County, GA.
Burton Keller

Bald eagle perched in a tree on Bethesda ch rd. Carrollton, Ga. Jan. 3, 2015.
Kim Horton

Spotted a bald eagle flying over the Kroger on Chapel Hill Road, Douglasville Ga. about 11a.m.
December 27, 2014.
Dianne Davis

On December 19, 2014, a single bald eagle was see on Highway 39, approximately 5 miles north of Seminole State Park in Donalsonville, GA. It was eating carrion on the road and flew up and perched in the trees on the east side of the road.
Michael Shutters

While walking Saturday morning, September 19, 2014, around 8:30 a.m. I spotted an eagle perched in a pine tree in Nevils, Georgia. I observed it for about fifteen minutes before it flew further into the woods and it had an enormous wingspan. It really made my day! What a beautiful sight to see.
Kathy Smith

A bald Eagle was seen on Springflats Rd, Sylvester Ga. It was at the crossing of Massey Airport Rd. It has also been sighted around our pond about a mile down from this crossing.
Allison Binns

We had a Bald Eagle fly over our dove field while 6 hunters watched on 12/15/14 around 4 PM. The field is located behind our residence at 930 Rocky Bottom Road in Thomaston, Georgia.
Terry C. Kirkland

Gainesville Ga on Lake Lanier -have been regularly seeing a bald eagle at the empty house next door. Also sitting on top of our big oak tree. 12/20/2014
Michelle Skugga

December 11, 2014 just spotted large bald eagle in my back yard about 12:45 PM intersection of Spence Rd. and Center Point Rd just north of Carrollton Ga.
Jerry Haynes

A bald eagle was spotted about five miles out from Jasper, Ga along the side of the road on Burnt Mnt Road. It was an adult eagle. Spotted on 11/26/14
Karen Cole

A large adult bald eagle flew over my backyard today at 3:50pm. I am surprised that no one else saw or noticed in the city limits of Ashburn, Georgia. With so many Turkey Vultures and Red-tail Hawks flying over, it would be easy for people to not notice.
Jim Yarbrough

We had a Bald Eagle in our field on Sunday October 26,2014 in watkinsville Ga off Hwy 15 South
Tracy Williford

A Bald Eagle was spotted flying over Lake Hartwell today, Oct 26, 2014, just north of Tugaloo State Park.
Cathy St. John

Just saw my first Bald Eagle 10-18-2014 at 4:00 PM near Carters Lake
Greg Sullivan

October 6, 2014, just saw large bald eagle fly over. Highway 113, 5 miles north of Carrollton, GA.
Ben Frost

I saw an eagle on Hwy 112 near Shingler, Georgia on September 25, 2014. Went home and returned with my wife and camera. It flew to a tree off Hwy 112 and Gail got a picture before it flew away.
Jimmy & Gail Snipes

I saw a bald eagle about 3 miles from our house on a back dirtroad off Hwy 301 in Wayne County GA. Such a beauty to watch. Took lots of pictures. And even a video of him/her on the ground feeding in the tall grass. Awesome day..
Marion Myers

Today 9/9/14. We spotted a male and female perched in pine trees on Burton rd Barney ga. They were magnificent. We rode by them several times and tried to get good pic's.
Patricia Thomas

About two weeks ago near the end of Jan. 2014, I saw a bald eagle perched on a limb coming out of my neighborhood on Annawakee Road in Douglasville. I noticed that another sighting has occurred at Sweet Water Creek State Park, which is only a few miles away. I am a hunter and I see birds of prey all the time. I drove close enough to get a really good look. Biggest bird of prey I have ever seen. Had to have been an eagle.
Ross Ivey

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