February 1st, 2013, Woodhaven Blvd, Winnipeg Manitoba, 2:00 PM
Saw a bald eagle pick up a mallard duck which was too heavy for the eagle. The eagle came down, dropped the mallard at the side of the road and flew up to a tree.
I just saw 8 large bald eagles sitting in a tree on the corner of highway 59 and highway 305 right beside a farm house Near Tourond,Manitoba. The date is Weds. Dec. 19,2012.
What an amazing moment! I could hardly beleive it.
My daughter and I saw a bald eagle in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba today, December 10 at about 11:00 am. It was flying around the trees close to the river then perched on the cement wall next to the rapid transit corridor at Stradbrook and Main Street.
Had 8 bald eagles sitting in our trees last night (November 15, 2012) around 5:15 pm, close to New Bothwell, Manitoba.
Thirty feet overhead in Southland Park, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada at 1:30 pm on Sunday, October 28th.
About 50 Bald Eagles seen on Sunday, October 28, 2012, south of Winnipeg on Hwy #59, near Niverville, Manitoba.
I found what I believe to be a bald eagle in my back yard in Winnipeg on Dec.9. 2011. I first spotted it at about 1:00 P>M> and was still there at 5:30 p.m. Is it safe to let my 20lb. Dog outside? This bird is HUGE, BLACK WITH A WHITE HEAD.
Dec. 8, 2011 - Caught sight of a bald eagle in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It was flying across Ness Avenue, near Rutland Street, approx. 5:15 pm. Stunning!
Sighted December 7th, 2011 in St Boniface, Winnipeg, soaring at 5:00 p.m.
above our school on Youville street.
On Thursday December 1, 2011 myself and a friend of mine were heading to CFB Shilo in Manitoba on Veterans Way Road ( about 5 miles east of Brandon Manitoba) and spotted a bald eagle just off the roadway feeding on a deer carcas - magnificent bird!!
November 14, 2011
We live next to the Red River about 5 miles south of Winnipeg. There are about 15-20 bald eagles gathered in a grove of trees just across the river - presumably getting ready to fly south.
Thursday September 1, 2011 at 7:30 am I saw a blad Eagle this morning just pass St. Elizabeth on Hwy 23 west (Google maps - 49.354769,-97.19523 ) - It flew right above my windshield - he was just behind the bridge railing and he didnt see me coming as the bird seem to be was going in for a road kill and then saw me.... scary but magnificent site!
I saw a Bald Eagle today (Thursday Jan 20, 2011) in Winnipeg at Portage Ave and Moray Street.
On 6 November 2010 at around 14:30, I was in my backyard in the south-eastern quarter of Winnipeg, when I saw a bald eagle flying south. I've never seen one before! I've seen a few hawks, owls and bats near evening or at night in this residential neighbourhood, but never a bald eagle in full daylight! It looked to be flying about 50-80m overhead.
I came across your website and thought I'd enter a couple of Bald Eagle sightings we've had. This past Sunday, Oct 17 we saw one in the farmer's field on Highway 7, directly across from the Stony Mountain Penitentiary, Stony Mountain, Manitoba. Last October we saw a Bald Eagle in the highway ditch eating a deer carcass just outside of Steinbach, Manitoba. These are the only 2 times I've seen a Bald Eagle in Manitoba (I've have seen them around Red Deer, Alberta in the past) and I'm always amazed at their beauty!
On December 8 2009 at 1230 PM I saw a large bald eagle soaring above my skylight on St/ George Road Winnipeg Manitoba Canada I have never seen a bald eagle here in 35 years. There are wild rabbits in our yard for the last several years. The eagle was only 50 feet above my two story home. I have seen bald eagles near Beasejour Manitoba but never in the city. This was a very large eagle but it disappeared before I could get my camera?
We have had 5 adult bald eagles at our farm south of Manitou mb Canada for a week feeding on a whitetail deer.
Karen Wiebe, Pembina Crossing
We drive into the prairies west of Winnipeg Manitoba with Harley the dog for his exercise, and saw as many as 10 adult Baldies in one field this morning, Sat. Nov. 01/08. Were truly impressed and wonder if this behaviour is part migratory, or just very rare. No kills were in view though the mice and geese are plentiful here.