John Mallaney

In The Frame


Here are a few static shots of Bonnie the Bald Eagle at the Raptor Foundation in Cambridgeshire.

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4 Responses to “Bonnie”

  1. Maia T.

    They’re a thing I do miss about living in the US. In a couple of places I lived, they nested and could be seen cruising around scaring up a meal. Seeing the young heading out to find their own territories was one of the great feelings of promise I’ve ever had.

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    • John Mallaney

      Thanks Maia, unfortunately the only opportunity I have to see these wonderful birds of prey is at the various bird of prey/raptor centres around the country.



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