So called because I see him almost everyday in the same tree at 5 p.m.
He is one very handsome eagle !
I have one that sits on a telegraph pole on the lane. Not too sure what he/she is but always flies off when anyone/anything approaches
I was thinking of "5 O'clock Charlie" as immortalised in "MASH". Your title made me wonder if he was based on a real event. But yours is much better!
He stood me up today.
Sent a couple crows in his place.
Re stocking his larder with fresh meat......
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I thought I was watching watching him...
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But he was watching ME!
You're killing me! Delanti.
Came across four adults and three juvenile eagles feeding on a road kill deer Saturday.
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I spent 15 minutes slowly stalking up on them while Jackie stayed in the car just AMAZED at how close I was able to get on foot.
Oh! to have the time to do so, can you post some exif data too, please.
Feb. 27, 2015: After a considerable absence, Charlie returns to his usual 5 o'clock tree above Kurt's Bait Shop in Minocqua.
Canon EOS 7D MK II with Canon 70-200mm f/4 and 1.4 tele-extender. 1/2000 of a second @ F5.6 at 800 ISO.
You have not been "dismissed" until you have received the "Eagle Stink-Eye"
Was photographing Charlie in his usual 5 O'Clock spot the other day but who should swoop in but his mate Charlene.
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Charlene being the usual pain in the butt, immediately swooped off again as soon as she saw me standing there shooting.
But you got a fantastic shot!!!!!
New friends I see -- and stop to say "Hi" to -- on my way home from work most days.
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They even allow me to get inside of 10 feet from them from time to time.
Fabulous photos, Redwolf !
March 22, 2015, 6:03 p.m. U.S. Highway 51, Harshaw, WI.
He looks almost aloof, as if to say,
"Humbly beg and humbly sue, I may deign to look on you,
but you doing, you must do, most politely, most politely" (Gilbert & Sullivan)
April 28, 2015 4:58 p.m. Schoolhouse Bay, Minocqua, WI.
"Sitting on the Dock of the (Schoolhouse) Bay/ Putting this piece of Sushi away.
"GET IN MY BELLY!"
(And YES, this is Charlie!)
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Zoom or he lets you get that close now?
Good on you Charlie.
May 13, 2015, 6:09 p.m. Charlie in his tree in Schoolhouse Bay, Minocqua, WI.
Like I said, I have YET to figure out WHY Bald Eagles let crows get away with harassing them like they do.
July 13, 2015 "After the Storm"
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