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Feeding time for Cape Breton eagles

Two eagles were caught flying through the air in Point Edward by hobby photographer Jeannie Fraser, a local bird watcher from Ben Eoin, on Feb. 9. The eagles appeared to be hunting for lunch and the one in front has something in his mouth, as they dive in, claws out, feet first. CONTRIBUTED/JEANNIE FRASER
Two eagles were caught flying through the air in Point Edward by hobby photographer Jeannie Fraser, a local bird watcher from Ben Eoin, on Feb. 9. The eagles appeared to be hunting for lunch and the one in front has something in his mouth, as they dive in, claws out, feet first. CONTRIBUTED/JEANNIE FRASER
POINT EDWARD, N.S. —

Two eagles were caught flying through the air in Point Edward by hobby photographer Jeannie Fraser, a local bird watcher from Ben Eoin, on Feb. 9.

The eagles appeared to be hunting for lunch and the one in front has something in his mouth, as they dive in, claws out, feet first.

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