Bald eagle, Image created by Hope Rutledge

Kathleen Noel wrote the following: I saw my first bald eagle today, 11/22/15, at Beckman Landing in Seabrook, NH.

Wendy Luck wrote the following: On Sunday, Nov 8th, 2015, my husband, my 23 year old son and myself were "buzzed" by a Bald Eagle in Newport, NH. We were outside doing yard work when I heard flapping of wings, and thinking that it was just our local geese, I looked up and behind me, but was surprised to see a Bald Eagle flying 15-20 feet above us. My son told me afterwards, that he saw the same bird last weekend, but was not sure if it was an Eagle, until this sighting yesterday. This is a once in a lifetime event, as how often do you have an Eagle come down low to see you?!Keep your eyes peeled in Newport and surrounding areas.

Carol Hall wrote the following: Today I was sitting in my backyard and spotted two beautiful bald eagles flying across letchfield road. I wasn't quite sure that I was seeing them. My son , Brandon came out and confirmed what I had seen as we watched the pair fly around the area for several minutes. What an amazing site! Oct. 30, 2015

Kristy Rhoades wrote the following: Pair of bald eagles in Merrimack, NH! 3:30pm just saw 2 by the highway exit 12 overpass. First time seeing one here!!

Anne Audet wrote the following: Leaving the house this morning in Marlborough, NH around 7 am. My 3 year old daughter pointed to the sky and said "Look Mommy!" It was a beautiful bald eagle and it flew right over us, then across Rt 101 and perched at the top of a tall pine. Made my day! Took some pics with my cell.

John Simeone wrote the following: 8/31/2015 saw a bald eagle from my car on I-93 mile marker 71.

2/5/15 Pair of eagles circled around then landed on the ice of Lake Winnipesaukee in Wolfeboro Bay (1:15 p.m.) about 220 yards from the town docks and my window. Confirmed sighting with field glasses from deck. They sat for about 3 min., squawked a lot, then headed west out over the lake.
Frank Byrt

A large bald eagle was sighted near the top of a pine tree along the Cocheco River, near the back of the Studley Flower and Garden Shop in Rochester, NH, at about 8:35 AM. It was observed from across the river and when it took off, it headed to the south.
Brenda Elliott

Saw a Bald Eagle on Back River Road in Dover, NH on January 11th about 1:45 PM. It was hunting and swooped down from a tree and caught a squirrel. Then flew back to the tree with it. The wing span was about 6 feet. Very beautiful to see and such a pleasant surprise
Lee Bowdoin

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