Bald Eagles Flock In Dutch Harbor Alaska

Even though the United States is considered a single country, from an ecological perspective it encompasses so many different biomes that it may as well be its own planet. At this time of year Florida looks nothing like Rhode Island, which looks nothing like Montana, which looks nothing like southern California, ect. But of all the states in the union perhaps none is more wild and unique than Alaska.

In Dutch Harbor, Alaska this is what a Tuesday looks like:

Flocks of Eagles. I’ve never seen so much freedom in one place. And in case you think this was a fluke check this out:

Remember when these birds used to be endangered? This just goes to show that conservation efforts and practices can have a wonderful effect on our world.


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