Am currently watching a beautiful bald eagle in my backyard... Location is Rye NH and we are overlooking a marsh.
Bald eagle sighting (10/14/13) Columbus Day I was traveling south bound on Interstate 89 just north of the Exit 1 (Woodstock) there was a dead animal
I spotted a Bird as I got closer I realized it was a Bald Eagle – I went into the pasting lane and the bird opened its wings to take flight
I was nervous it was going to fly right into my car. What a sight!
A bald eagle hangs out a lot in a tree across the street from my house in Nashua on Cheyenne, the tree overlooks the Nashua river.
September 2nd and September 20th, 2013
Salem, NH Canobie Lake
First sighting; adult eagle perched on tree top. It also appeared that an adolescent was circling above it.
Second sighting; adult eagle perched on top of an evergreen.
Myself and many other spectators saw a Bald Eagle soaring above our sons youth football game at Highland goffesfalls elamentary school in Manchester NH on Sunday Aug 25th.
Location: Bedford, New Hampshire
Day/Date: Tuesday, February 26, 2013
I was driving north on the FE Everett Turnpike in Bedford, NH, just about parallel with the Macy's store at about 10:00AM Tuesday, February 26. 2013, when I saw a Bald Eagle fly overhead, west to east, at about 100'. It was gliding with a full wing span. It was just so majestic.
Saw a bald eagle today, February 26 2013, at about 10 am. It flew over route 3 just south of Manchester NH.=
2/16/13 NH-Saw a bald eagle soar over the Newbury side of Lake Sunapee near the state beach around 4PM in the afternoon of a beautiful winter day.
Debbie Russell Gallant
Today is the second day in a row that I have seen a bald eagle soaring over the Merrimack River as I drove up 293 into Manchester. Both times I saw it, it was flying over the bridge. Amazing sight to start the day!
While digging out from Nemo a bald eagle flew over my house on Bald Hill Road in Albany, NH, Sat. around 9am 2/9/2013.
2/5/13 Saw a bald eagle soar over the ice houses on Meredith Bay and across the road as I drove down Rt 3 Tuesday morning! What a thrill!
Then saw one again Thursday afternoon 2/7 gliding along the shore of Wickwas Lake as I drove East on Rt 104. Never saw them here before.
You just want to stop and grab someone and say "Did you see that?" It all happens so fast. Now I'm looking everywhere!
I saw a beautiful bald eagle flying over route 95 in New Hampshire just south of the Hampton Tolls yesterday afternoon on my way up to Maine. This is the first eagle in the wild that I've seen after living in Maine and Massachusetts for 55 years. I was, to say the least, very excited!!!
I saw a Bald Eagle in Dover, NH on January 22, at about 7:15am. It was flying over Portland Ave, near down town. What a sight! I was so happy to share this with my kids who were in the back seat!
I saw a bald eagle in Rochester NH this morning at 9:37am. It landed in one of the big trees on River Street over by the Cocheco River. It was huge! It had a white head and white on it's tail! It stayed in the tree for about 5 minutes then flew out of view behind a house.
On October 12, 2012 I observed 2 Bald Eagles flying around my house at about 1:00 pm. I live in Dover, NH. on Back River Rd. which is about 5 miles from Great Bay.
One of the eagles flew down and landed in a tree next to my house and stayed for about 10 minutes while I sat on my riding mower just below and watched.
Great feeling to see such a rare bird so close.
Today (Wed. 2/22/12)at around 3PM a Bald Eagle flew over my car as I was merging onto 293 (towards mall) from the Everett turnpike (from Nashua).
I had never before seen a bald eagle in southern NH – not that I was ever looking.
I saw a bald eagle flying overhead last weekend while I was skiing at
Cranmore Mountain in Nrth Conway NH. I also think I saw a pair of
young eagles in the same location yesterday but I can't be sure since
I have never seen young eagles.
I saw a bald eagle on 2-1-12 at 11:45 am.
he was in the top of a white pine tree beside rt 111. either atkinson or derry nh. there was a few crows fliing around him, but he didn't seem too concerned. this was close to where waters edge rd. crosses n.h. rt 111
I saw an eagle flying over the Merrimack River in Manchester, NH on Sunday January 15th. Directly behind the Fisher Cat's baseball stadium.
October 8th 2011, mid afternoon, saw a bald eagle sitting high in a dead pine overlooking Lake Sunapee near the Soo-nipi beach in New London NH. I grew up on the lake, this is the first time I have seen one here. Amazing, I hope there are more around.
I saw a bald eagle today near Manchester NH. This was on the east side of the city just as Hwy 101 merges into I-293. This eagle flew down into the grass medium area between the paved highways. I think it was catching prey. It was huge, so I believe it was a female. Very, very cool — and in the midst of heavy traffic.
Saturday the 3rd and Sunday the 4th my husband and I saw a bald eagle at the entrance of the West Alton Marina on Lake Winnepasaukee NH. He flew over the sandbar, caught a fish, and flew back up the brook. Both days the sittings were around 9am. We plan on exploring the area later in the week after the holiday boaters have gone home.
On February 8th I was in Rochester NH and clearly saw a Bald Eagle being chased by three crows. It was right over the Middle School at approximately 3:15p.m. I could not believe my eyes. I was close enough to see the white head , tail and yellow beak. It was truly an awesome sight.
I am an avid birdwatcher so I know it was an Eagle. Did I mention it was in Rochester !!!
I saw a pair of bald eagles flying over Route 3 just above the Exit 12 off ramp in Bedford,NH. It was about 12:30PM Thursday January 20th,2011. It was awesome! They were soaring just high enough for me to see exactly what they were. Such a wondeful thing to see these magnificent creatures in the wild.
Bald Eagle flying over Salmon Falls River my address today, my wife has seen them as well closer to water.
Do they hunt Ducks as there are many in our area? (Yes, they do.)
Robert van Gelder
82 Daffodil Hill Lane
I have been enjoying watching the Bald eagles from my home the last few weeks and thought that I would share:)
Location: Great Bay Dr. West, Greenland N.H (On Great Bay)
Observation date: 1/7/11
Today, 4 Bald eagles were across from our house in a tree next to the Bay wrestling over prey that one had caught in our cove. 2 fully white head and tail, 2 either juvenile or immature with mottled feathers.
Notes: These eagles are around quite a bit lately, almost everyday. Sometimes there are 2 or three at a time sometimes they are alone. One of the fully mature likes to sit in our tree on the Bay for hours looking out over the cove. They are beautiful! This was the first time that I saw one actually pluck something from the Bay to eat and the first time that I saw four at once together.
We saw a very large Bald Eagle on the Exeter NH Golf Course near the
Squamscott tidal river on Wednesday January 5, 2011. Since I see on
your site that the females are the larger, this must have been one as it
was so big. Resting near it in the tree was a hawk, also very large,
with a grand white breast.
Pam Bourgeois and Cindy Morris
On thanksgiving day 2010 at around 12:00 p.m. on central st. in Hudson, NH I saw a bald eagle in a tree next to the church. First time in this area.
On Nov 5, 2010 around 7:30 am driving on the Spaulding Turnpike in Rochester headed north just past Ex. 18 I spotted a large bird flying over my car. I thought it was a large hawk however, when I got a side view of it I realized that it had a white head and curved beak. Amazing to see.
23 Sept 2010, just before 0800 hrs. this morning, our family had the privilege of seeing our first mature Bald Eagle.
Having just exited the southbound Spaulding Turnpike exit 7 in Dover, NH we paused at the end of the ramp for a right turn, waiting for a break in rush hour traffic.
Seeing movement I looked straight ahead. There, making a lazy circle, just in front of us, and less than 5 feet above traffic, was a huge brown eagle.
Out loud - in shock, I pointed saying, "Full white tail, full white head...it's a Bald Eagle!" The eagle glided slowly and passed directly over our car (awesome view through the sun roof) and down the Ballamy River Reservoir behind us towards the right.
Our kids were able to get an unexpected and incredible, first time view of a national treasure. After dropping off the older ones at school (btw the mascot is the Bald Eagle & motto: Isaiah 40:13) and returning past the same spot our four year old started yelling, "Find the eagle!, Where's the eagle?" I'm so glad she was able to understand the moment. We are very thankful for this awesome gift.
While kayaking I sighted a mature bald eagle circling quite low today September 11th 2010 at 10am above Georges Mills on Lake Sunapee NH.
I saw a beautiful Bald Eagle this afternoon at 3:05pm. In Bow, N,H. The Eagle flew over my S.U..V. and landed on a tree by the towns Gazebo on Logging Hill Road. I suspect it may have been a male.
Lisa Segal - Bator
Mature Male Bald Eagle
Wed., Feb 10, 3:00 pm.
Exeter NH, on rt 101 exit ramp onto Portsmouth ave. south.
Flew out of tall white pine on side of ramp, came down towards my windshield, I missed hitting it by about three feet. Saw the eyes and individual feathers it was so close! Very big and beautiful! Flew west towards Epping/Raymond.
Seabrook, NH Feb. 1, 2010.
I saw two bald eagles perched in trees on a small island on the salt marsh in Seabrook today. One flew off towards Hampton Fall, and a few hours later the other flew off in the same direction.
On January 23 around 10am in Salem, NH, I saw an adult bald eagle sitting at the top of a tree next to the small beach on Shadow Lake Road (the old Rt 111).
My first sighting of one in the wild! Been watching the trees in the area for him ever since, but no luck so far.
01/22/2010 1:00 PM EST New Hampshire: Bald Eagle spotted circling the Reeds Ferry / Depot Street Area of the Merrimack River in Bedford/Merrimack town line area, then it flew North between So. River Road and the River.
Jan 20, 2010
Location Hooksett/Manchester NH line
Approx 16:55 I saw my 1st Bald Eagle fly directly overhead! I had just ramped onto 93S in Hooksett NH © Exit#10 crossing over the Merrimack river. He/She was flying southbound along the river & train bed. I'm sure the person in the slow lane thought I was having an attack! It was incredible, he was very low & there was no mistaking what you seeing. I've always thought I should have a bumper sticker that reads "I Brake for Big Game Birds", now it's confirmed.
I feel very Lucky!=D