The Canadian Peregrine Foundation

This is a juvenile Bald Eagle on the shore of Lake Erie, eating a Double-crested Cormorant.  Eagles will on occasion chase cormorants or gulls on the water, but are only rarely successful with these hunting attempts; more often the eagles will scavenge dead birds they find along the shoreline. 

(Photo by Joe Milner)

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