TROY BLANDO wrote the following:
Northwood lake MN. North of 36th ave n
south of 42nd between Boone and hwy 169
New Hope MN. We had a group of 11 flying in circles over the lake. Today we had two cruising over the lake. There are a lot of goldfish in the lake
Chanhassen, MN - Saw a beautiful (female, I think) bald eagle hunting for breakfast over the intersection of Lyman Blvd. and Galpin Blvd. in Chanhassen. She was flying pretty low, it was awesome!
I have been observing a bald eagle that perches on the municipal water tower on Penn Ave. near Highway 62 in Richfield off and on for 2 years. I have been recording the visits and taking pictures. This last week a pair have been bonding together on the water tower almost daily. I have also seen the same pair in my back yard one roosting in a pine tree and the other on a neighbor's chain link fence within the last few weeks.
At 2:30 p.m. We sited a fully mature Bald Eagle today in Minnetonka above Plymouth Road near McGinty Road East. It was flying just above the pine tree tops making lazy loops going in a westerly direction.
Minnetonka, MN 1/31/14
I saw a bald flying relatively low over Minnetonka Blvd and Rt. 61. It was coasting lazily low in the sky. It was a mature adult flying alone. Just beautiful!
I have seen a Bald Eagle daily this Winter in Watertown MN along the Crow River.
Plymouth, Mn Area of Highway’s 55 and 169 aprox 3:30 pm
Eagle (rather skinny) – found a not too frozen over marsh full of ducks! Hopefully it had some dinner!
Saw a bald eagle swoop down near road kill just off Hwy 71 south of Belgrade, MN. November 24, 2012 1030am.
Minneapolis, Minnesota - 2 bald eagles nesting 2 blocks away from Edina MN downtown 50th ave and France ave just overlooking the Minnehaha creek.
I just saw three bald eagles : one flying and two in a nearby treetop along the Empire Builder Amtrak Route at North Lake MN.
In Chanhassen, Minnesota (near the intersection of Highways 62 and 101).
Was having breakfast this morning around 10:15 at the Kernel Restaurant. Looked out the window facing the Rock Island Train Depot, and witnessed a Bald Eagle flying by!
I was having tea with my roommate in our living room and he spotted a very large object flying toward our house. It was a bald eagle flying in an easterly direction at the 36th and Cedar area- near Powderhorn Park. It must not have been searching for food because the murder of crows (I've never been able to use that description before! lol) that live on my block did not seem too concerned. And sure enough, the beautiful eagle just kept on soaring. Wow, that was something.
This just occurred a few minutes ago, it is now 2:05 pm on Dec. 16, 2011.
On 11/10/11 I spotted two Bald Eagles flying over the fields near the Bixby Rd and 14 W interchange, in Owatonna. A truly wonderful and glorious sight. I lost sight of one of the Eagles, the other flew pass my house. I decided to jump into my vehicle and follow it, as it soared effortlessly through the morning sky. The Eagle flew over Lincoln School and continued to head out towards Lake Kohlmeier. This hasn't been the first time I've seen Eagle flying high in our beloved town.
We live in New Prague, MN, and though our Birds of Minnesota book (by Stan Tekiela) says bald eagles are not around here, my daughter and I are sure that's what we saw flying above us right in town this morning. I have seen plenty of them, even up close, in my lifetime since my parents have cabins up in northern MN. I am pretty positive that's what it was.
This morning around nine I came across two bald eagles, unfortunately they saw me first and took off before I could get a picture. Location: MN, I was walking down by Minnehaha Falls right where the creek empties into the Mississippi River (it's near the the Ford Plant and the Ford Bridge, I was on the Mpls side). Pretty cool, I was just going down there to shoot some pics of the river, didn't know I was going to see any eagles, but I'm definately going back again tomorrow morning a little earlier.
I was at my brothers home in watertown minnesota in july, we went to the wood in his back yard and we saw a large black bird fly down toward the water and land in a tree, I told my brother about it…a week or so later he was out back and he told me that it was a bald eagle and a young eagle with it that's head had not turned white yet that we seen that day,
I saw a bald eagle today at 12:35 pm in West Bloomington, in our neighborhood that is just northeast of the Hyland Lake Park Reserve. It was eating a small animal along with four very large crows right on our street. The mail truck scared it into the neighbor's tree where it stayed for only a few minutes before flying away.
Spotted this eagle today, Nov. 27,2010 in Wayzata, Mn. We saw the bird eventually fly away.