Rick Viramontes wrote the following:
I spotted a bald eagle perched on a mound. About 50 yards off the side of hwy 123, a mile west of East Carbo, Utah.
I have seen a solitary bald eagle twice in Enoch,Utah.In the Spanish Trail sub-division.He has been perched most of the day in a large tree about 100 yards from my home.
There are a few bald eagles seen every day on the east and west side of Highway 89 near Axtell, Utah. With no foliage in the trees they are very easy to spot.
I saw a bald eagle last week, and again this morning in the same area: Springville, Utah, SR-51, just north of mile marker 1, directly across the street from Hansen Furniture, high up in one of the trees.
I have footage of a bald eagle I spotted in a tall tree in Wallsburg, Utah today. 2/17/13, Corner of Center & Main St. He noted me approaching & flew off just as I was immediately under him.
January 22, 2013: Saw a lone bald eagle high in a tree in Fitts Park in South Salt Lake City at approximately 1pm. It was large and beautiful. I was alone in the park. When I reached in my pocket for my cell phone to take a picture, he flew away. I should have settled for a mental picture and maybe I could have had his company a little longer. Lesson learned!
Spotted a solitary bald eagle on Jan. 19 near Winchester Park Murray, Utah 84123 while running on a trail near the water.
Escalante Canyon, Utah. Down river about 3/4 of a mile downriver. Private property. One eagle diving down for prey in the Escalante River, with ravens chasing after him/her, way cool!
January 2, 2013 10:30 am
There are a lot of bald eagles living along the river along hwy 84 & 80 in Utah near Coaltown. Saw a bunch near the town of Echo UT along the river, also Coaltown and near the junction of 84 & 80, Utah
We have seen a lot of bald eagles in our neighborhood in West Point lately. I think we saw them in the past, but didn't realize they were eagles until recently. We have seen at least 5 different eagles sitting in one tree and there are always several eagles in that same tree and/or flying around our neighborhood in that area. I heard there are a lot of eagles just south of us in Farmington Bay so I assume that is where they're coming from. They are pretty amazing.
West Point, UT