On our way home from Niagara Falls, NY this past Sunday we stopped at Chadwick Bay in Dunkirk, NY, where we saw at least a dozen eagles hanging out in trees along the edge of the bay. Several trees were occupied by eagles. The trees had anywhere from one to three eagles in them.
I drew an arrow on the map displayed above to show you where we saw the eagles. We pulled off a few times along Lake Shore Dr W to observe the Eagles. Very deep snow piles along the highway and in Memorial Park provided a good buffer zone between the Eagles and from where we observed them.
Both of these photographs are heavily cropped. I could kick myself for not bringing a tripod and my long lens with me the past weekend. We were in the car and had plenty of room for my camera bag and all lenses.