Tuesday, April 15, 2014

The Eagle - Lookout Tree

Here are a few photos of the “Eagle Tree” as shot from the Gardens at Waters East.   They have been taken in different seasons.  Almost everyday, one or two American Bald eagles show up to watch me in the garden or probably and more likely, to do some fishing in Lake Michigan.  Perched high above StoneWater Beach on their favorite branch, they have a commanding view of the area.

Though the photos are not the best of quality, you get the idea.  There is a great abundance of wildlife here along the shores of the lake.  Enjoy your visit today and experience one aspect of living here at the Gardens at Waters East.
The American Bald Eagle


 The Eagle Tree
edge of Gardens at Waters East

 as seen from the center of the gardens
now - look a little closer

 There they are the two of them

 Again, the two of them in another season

 The tree in Winter

 About to come after me!

 The tree on a sun filled morning

 The two eagles bracing for a storm

 Watching me

 The "eagle tree" as seen from StoneWater Beach
the private beach of Gardens at Waters East

one last look

NOTE:   All photos use in this posting were taken on the property of Gardens at Waters East

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  1. Sweet!!!! That is an incredible. Glad they have a place where they feel safe. Awesome birds!

  2. Awesome photos! It's so special to see these wonderful birds enjoying your garden.