Lori Blake wrote the following:
I am truly fortunate to have seen a bald eagle, as have others in our town mostly observed around the Monponsett lake in HALIFAX, MA.
While our lake is in dire straits from the misuse and continuous damming of a neighboring town illegally taking our precious water supply, these beautiful and majestic birds have somehow thrived. It is a great privilege to observe these amazing birds.
John Bangs wrote the following: Sighted a Bald Eagle at tree top level flying over Rt 138 in Canton. Eagle was flying east to west from Blue Hills toward Canton
Steven Cashmore wrote the following: I spotted a bald eagle on 27 November, around 3:45 pm flying east across the water from a tall tree on the western side of Farm Pond in Sherborn, (where Lake Street is closest to the water).
thomas cullen wrote the following: Randolph, MA 02368. 11/25/16 2:30PM. Allen Street.
michael willwerth wrote the following: Saw a bald flying over the parking lot at the Worcester Ecotarium the eagle circled around then landed in the top of a tree by the main entrance by the sundial. The eagle lept out of the tree and circled the zoo a few times. I think it was visiting the hurt eagles that were in a cage outside. I was trying to show my son and he said ya I just saw it in the cage. I said no there is one flying around in the wild. About a dozen people witnessed this with me.
j harrison wrote the following: Today(11/18/16) on the corner of Orange Street and Central street near the Goodyear school in Woburn Ma there was a bald eagle perched atop a broken pine tree for a few hours
Bill McDonald wrote the following: I was driving north on 128/95 in Needham, MA on Sunday, November 12, 2016 at approximately 6:30 a.m. with my son, when I saw a bald eagle flying across 128/95 about 75 feet off the ground heading toward the Cutler Park area. This is no doubt it was a bald eagle as I could clearly see its white head.
Michael Kearnan wrote the following: 10/08/2016 > Bald Eagle Dighton Rock State Park in Berkley, MA along the Taunton. Always on the lookout for a Bald Eagle butt mostly see Ospreys. On this day I watched Osprey fly off then agresively swwoop down toward a tree branch. I got out my binoculars and could see that it was taking a swipe at perched Bald Eagle. The eagle did not even move an inch stayed on the branch long enough to get several pictures. What a great site.
Stephanie Whelan wrote the following: I saw a bald eagle this morning around 8:30AM flying over the lake off Trapelo Road in Lincoln MA near the 95 enterance. It was swooping up and down by the waters edge. It was clear as day, not far from the road and so beautiful to see!
Rachel Berry wrote the following: We saw a bald eagle this afternoon (10/19/2016) at Horn Pond in Woburn MA. It swooped down and seemed to catch something and then flew off into the neighborhood.
Stephen Bennett wrote the following: Although a fleeting glimpse, I think it may have been a bald eagle flying within the trees along the road on Long Pond Road in Great Barrington, Huge bird, mostly black and a white head. Today is October 18, 2016.
Karen Hurvitz wrote the following: Today (Oct 11, 2016), there was a bald eagle circling over my yard next to the Sudbury River where it passes under Rt 117 in Concord MA. It was being followed by a hawk.
Tyler Simpson wrote the following: On 10/7/16 a large bald eagle flew about 15 feet over my car as I waited for the light on route 109 in Dedham next to the VFW parkway. It came from the Cow Island Pond and flew along the Charles River, following the bend of the river. Awesome!
Brittney Carnes wrote the following: I was in Waltham, MA, leaving work last night around 6:45pm and driving down Winter Street towards the Bear Hill Intersection over looking exit 27 on 95 (by the lake) and I looked up and saw a bald eagle flying right above my car !! I pulled over and tried to take a pic but was not quick enough.. However i did hang around for 15 minutes to see if it came back and it did. This time it came from behind me, over my head and heading out over the lake and met up with another large bird that looked similar to it (i was unsure if this bird was also a bald eagle because they had flown to far by this point).
lawson frazier wrote the following: Framingham MA. pair of adult bald eagles flying over my house yesterday. A juvenile crying out from a pine tree in the neighbors yard today
marie gipson wrote the following: I saw a bald eagle fly by my third story window heading south at 7:40 am on 2/14/16 . I have never seen one that close up before and I was just stunned . The eagle was just so magestic.In Beverly , ma.
Christopher Barnett wrote the following: January 31, 2016: saw single eagle, older juvenile or adult, fly across corner of Brattle Street and Fresh Pond Parkway and alight in a tall pine. Bird few off again 5 minutes later, dropping to 20 ft off the ground before flying off towards Charles River (some 500 yds from this spot). Really spectacular to see a bird this size in town like this! Have heard of eagle sightings over the past 2 years in the I-95/Rte 2 (Cambridge reservoir) area, but this is my first.
Sue D'Arcangelo wrote the following: A male bald eagle was outside the library today at a cove along the waterfront where ducks gather. Small birds were dive-bombing the eagle as it circled slowly at the water's edge. The precise location is 44 Jericho Rd, Scituate where the library is temporarily located. Time was 9:30 a.m., Date 2/12/16
Judi Galvin wrote the following: We saw a gorgeous pair of bald eagles flying over Atherton Hough School in Houghs Neck MA at approximately 2:15 this afternoon (2/11/16). The children were out in the school yard and were able to witness this rare and magical sighting. This seaside community is home to several different types of birds of prey and it is fairly common to see osprey - whose nesting platforms are built and maintained by Boy Scout Troop 6 - as well as red tail hawks and turkey vultures. What a breathtaking and awe inspiring moment to see not only one bald eagle but two flying overhead!
Christene Sokol wrote the following: FALL RIVER 2/11/16: North Watuppa Pond- little peninsula that juts out just past the on ramp of 24N coming off of 195W. My sons and I have had the privilege of sightings for the past couple of years, usually in the morning on our way to school. I have even been know to doubled back a few times, despite my kids being marked tardy so we can get another glimpse (because there is no safe place to pull over or access this location ..even by foot. These birds are very shrewd as this body of water is our drinking reservoir and has very restricted access.) Today he/she was basking in the sun at the top of an old pine tree. On Dec 23rd we spotted 2 bald eagles for the first and only time. It is a little miracle when I see them, makes our whole day special.
Anna Leister wrote the following: 2/7/16- Driving south on route 3 in Massachusetts this morning and saw a large dark bird with an all white head. The bird was perched on a dead tree in a body of water right next to highway between exits 10 and 11 (Kingston area). I'm only an amateur but it had to be a bald eagle! So exciting to see and coincidentally had just read an article in the Patriot Ledger about these birds growing in population. Super start to my day!
Barry Stell wrote the following: Saw a female bald eagle eating a fish carcass on the ice today at Glen Echo lake in Charlton, MA 2/4/16
Cheryl Flynn wrote the following: On 1/30/16 an adult bald eagle was seen eating crabs at low tide on the Danvers River, MA. The eagle then perched in a tree for approximately 4 hrs. Before he flew off. Today 1/31/16 the eagle is back currently perched in the same group of trees for the last hour.
Terry Dolan wrote the following: Massachusetts: Pair originally spotted May, 2015 at Milton Landing along the Neponset River Estuary recently spotted 1/24/16 in Dorchester Lower Mills and 1/26/16 in Hutchinson Field, Milton - both locations along the Neponset River.
Margaret Foster wrote the following: I saw a bald eagle at 12:10 pm over Easterly Drive, E. Sandwich, MA.
Cindy Baer wrote the following: 1/25/16 - a pair of eagles were flying over the technology park in Framingham MA, near the Sudbury and Foss Reservoirs. We see a lot of hawks around here, but this is first time in my 17 years working in this area, that I\'ve seen eagles!
kathleen petze wrote the following: Sharon, Massachusetts
Chris Regan wrote the following: Saturday 1-23-16 I spotted a bald eagle flying over the draw bridge on morrissey blvd in Dorchester, ma. The eagle came from the gas tank area.
Deborah Barrett wrote the following: Two adult bald eagles were seen and heard at Blacks Creek in Quincy, MA around 1:00PM. They were observed flying along the creek and perched in trees along the creek behind the Parks & Recreation Complex. They had the nearby crows in an uproar.
Jane Wan wrote the following: On 1/4/15, I was able to take a quick video of a bald eagle I spotted in a tree above Commonwealth Ave Newton Massachusetts, directly across from the Charles River Canoe & Kayak. He stayed in the branches for a minute or so and then flew away. What a majestic sight!
Dennis Bottcher wrote the following: We live on Cedar Lake, Sturbridge, MA. and we have been watching a pair of Bald eagles all summer long. Yesterday Jan.1st I was looking out of my glass door watching these Bald eagles, one of them swooped down and flew away with a fish, and the other one started attacking a duck, diving into the water trying to get the duck but the duck kept diving under the water every time the eagle came close. After about 15 minutes of that the eagle perched in a tree across the lake and the duck was definately stunned swimming in circles and finally swimming off. I am almost sure that this pair of Eagles are here to stay ! I hope !!
Michael Gross wrote the following: On Christmas day, 12/24/15, around 2:00 PM we were kayaking on the Concord river, just upstream from Route 255 in Bedford, MA, and saw a single Bald Eagle flying west across the river, in the direction of Concord, MA.
Susan Moran wrote the following: Christmas day, 2015, 10:30 a.m., I spotted a bald eagle in a tree on the side of Sudbury Road on the northmost edge of Nashawtuck Country Club, Concord, MA. Then it flew to a tree on the corner of Rte 117 and Plainfield Rd., Concord. Last seen flying back over Nashawtuck Country Club and south into Sudbury.
Bryan Graham wrote the following: On a clear and cold morning on 11/16/15 around 8:00 AM I was driving south on Bay Rd in Norton when a large bird flying over Winnecunnet Pond caught my eye â€“ an Eagle! I pulled over and the large bird swooped down towards the fog blanketed water in the middle of the pond and looked like it plucked a bird off the surface. What a sight!
Jacquie Cavallaro wrote the following: Nov. 14 and 16 2015 view bald eagle on Attleboro Ma reservoir along Rt 95. Single.
Carolyn Zaikowski wrote the following: Saw a bald eagle on 11/13/15 around 10:15am in Easthampton, MA, about a mile from Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary. I was driving towards Mt. Tom from downtown. She swooped pretty low across the road (15 feet or so.) I turned my car around to see if it was really an eagle and she was sitting in a tree above a parking lot. Very cool.
Jeff gaulin wrote the following: Had a massive bald eagle fly by my window this morning amazing site to see agawam ma on springfield st
David Curran wrote the following: Oct 23 in Waltham MA. Mature bald Eagle Flew low (15 ft) over southbound lane of RT 128 at the spot where the Cambridge Reservoir meets Rt 128
Kathleen Nollet wrote the following: Today, October 2, 2015, from 10:30 -11:00 a.m.--saw 2 bald eagles flying over Gary\'s Farm Stand in Littleton, MA, on Rt. 119. One swooped low enough for me to see its individual feathers and remarkable head. Very exciting to see my first bald eagle so close to my home.
Brenda-liz Velez wrote the following: Saw a Bald Eagle flying low in the Charles River in Waltham going northbound on 9/26/15.
Dennis Bottcher wrote the following: We have been watching two mature Bald Eagles on Cedar Lake, Sturbridge, Ma 01566. we saw them earlier in spring and then didn't see them until 2 or 3 weeks ago, now we see them a couple times a day. Mainly in the early morning and evening.
Charlene Clymer wrote the following:
Long Pond, Lakeville,Ma.1:00pm
Eagle flew from Lewis Island to First Island. It swooped up a fish and then landed at the top a tree on First Island! It was quite beautiful!
Howie Hecht wrote the following: Spotted a bald eagle from Watertown, MA on Labor Day, Monday, 9/7/2015, around 3pm. It flew west over the Charles River in between Watertown and Newton (the river separates the two). First saw it above the river a bit west of Community Rowing, it circled once and we lost sight as it flew west towards the Charles River Watertown Dam in Watertown Square.