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An adult bald eagle with eaglet and hawklet in a nest located on Vancouver Island, Canada.

Podcast: Photographer Christian Sasse discusses hawk chick raised by bald eagles

Listen On Vancouver Island, a familiar bald eagle nest is suddenly home to a most unfamiliar scene.   The eagle parents are not only busy feeding three eaglets in that nest.  They’re also feeding a baby red tailed hawk! How it all came to be remains a mystery. But there’s no doubt about who’s been capturing some […]

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Record-setting amateur astronomer now a rising star in Bald Eagle photography

Christian Sasse loves pushing the limits. He shattered a world-record when he imaged the most distant object from earth ever captured by an amateur-sized telescope. Now, he’s taking aim at producing some magnificent wildlife photography. This latest chapter in Sasse’s adventurous life began to unfold shortly after he moved to British Columbia in 2011.  That same […]

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September’s Symmetry: “Humpy Run” (Pink Salmon) on the Snohomish River

Post updated on July 14, 2013. It’s an odd-numbered year, so watch-out!  Large numbers of pink salmon (nicknamed “humpies”) are about to return to Puget Sound. Want to whet your appetite for the upcoming humpy run?  Check-out the video below.  It features a full-helping of beautiful scenery on the Snohomish River captured during the 2011 […]

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