Great Shot: nature’s chain of survival

It’s not a breakfast many of us would choose. But bald eagles, the beautiful raptors we’ve welcomed back to the area in recent years, find their meals where they can — a plucked fish or field mouse here, an already-fallen animal there. Jael Brown, a freshman at Victory Christian Academy, spotted this eagle on CR 800 S near Union Mills Wednesday morning, April 11, 2018, on her way to school. The eagle was feasting on a deer that had been hit and killed by a car. If you have a Great Shot to share, please send it as a .jpg attachment to wnlp@whatsnewlaporte.com. Be sure to include the photographer’s information and a little information about the photo.

2 Responses to “Great Shot: nature’s chain of survival”

  1. UM

    Apr 12. 2018

    We are so fortunate to have bald eagles living among us! They are beautiful and amazing to watch as they fly. Great pic Jael!!

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  2. Donna

    Apr 12. 2018

    Thanks for sharing!

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