Bald Eagle on the Grand River Waterloo

by Heidi
(Waterloo, Ontario, Canada)

What a treat!

We spotted a Bald Eagle flying along the Grand River at Rim Park last night at approximately 7:00 pm (March 16, 2011).

I have never seen a Bald Eagle in Ontario, but am eager to see more!

Thanks for letting us know about your sighting - I hope you see Eagles again - be sure to let us know when and where, and we will let our readers know!

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Young Eagle
by: Alison

Just saw a huge juvenile Eagle fly down Grand River at Old Cottage Place area. Not a white head yet, but definitely a young Eagle. Fantastic!

Eagle Soaring Uptown Waterloo
by: Marianne McGlynn

A Bald Eagle just flew past our condo window in Waterloo (November 2013)
Amazingly beautiful!!!

Bald Eagle
by: M.Brown

I saw an Eagle in St. Mary's Park, The Flats, on Saturday August 25, around 1:30 p.m. It was a fantastic sight.

Bald Eagle sighting, Grand River
by: H.P. Chard

Saw a Bald Eagle on the Grand River not far downstream of the Highway 403 bridge, midday Saturday August 4, 2012, whilst paddling down the river from Paris to Brantford.

Bald Eagle near Glen Morris
by: S & P

On May 9, 2011 we spotted a Bald Eagle on the Grand River, just past Glen Morris, as we were canoeing from Galt to Paris, Ontario.

It was a single Bald Eagle, and of course disappeared faster than we could find the camera.

Absolutely beautiful.

Another Sighting - April 26, 2011
by: Mary

I just spotted a Bald Eagle on the Grand River in Kitchener, on the trail near the bridge in Old Bridgeport.

It was so close on the trail before it took off!


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