Title: Bald Eagle On The Dock
Location: Waterfall Resort, Alaska, USA, North America
Description: Last week I had the joy of teaching a Summer Solstice Workshop (and shooting some of my own photos) at Waterfall Resort in Alaska.
Bald eagles are not endangered in Alaska and in the coastal areas they are quite plentiful. Most people forget they are scavengers and there are plenty of images of these majestic birds circling garbage dumps.
This bird was feasting on the scraps thrown off by Waterfall after they cleaned guest’s fish. There is a big dumping box (taken out to sea and dumped daily, to the enjoyment of many craps and other underwater creatures) and before it is emptied the eagles have a go. You can see a little fresh salmon sashimi on the beak of this beautiful bird.
|Camera||Canon 7D Mark II|
|Lens||Tamron SP 150-600mm|
For a while I am going to ask for your assistance in helping those in Nepal rebuild their lives. Average citizens don’t have insurance and I would not trust the inept and corrupt government to help where it is needed most.
I am going to focus on two non-profits I know have ties in the country (read: employees with families who understand where funds can help the most) for my pleas for assistance.
The first is Planeterra, a non-profit run by G Adventures. The second is the Paldorje Sherpa Foundation run by Sherpa Adventure Gear. Both of these charities are run by their parent company, who covers all their overhead so that 100% of donations go to those in need. Both of these companies do the right thing and care for the people of Nepal greatly. Both have funds set up specifically to help quake victims.
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