Skip to comments.I saw an amazing sight this morning.
Posted on 12/22/2013 12:10:02 PM PST by Zionist Conspirator
On the way back from the store this morning, I saw a fully grown, wild bald eagle sitting in the middle of a field near where I used to live. This is absolutely the very first wild bald eagle I have ever seen in my life (I saw a captive one at school once). Unfortunately I didn't have a camera, but . . . wow!
You know, sometimes when everything is going to pot and I'm tempted to just give up, something like this happens. It's a reminder that however totalitarian the left becomes, they can't control or social-engineer nature. Nature just goes on and on, absolutely unchanging and beyond the schemes of any human beings.
I suppose their powerlessness over nature is one reason the libs beat their chests so loudly and claim to be "lovers of nature." They might as well, since they can't do anything about it. So they just tell themselves they don't want to socially engineer the natural world as they double down on forcing us to live in a sewer. I mean, really . . . they couldn't change nature if they wanted to.
To that eagle--to all G-d's creatures--the world is going along as it always has since the Creation. The schemes of evil men have no power over them. For all the loud "nature loving" the left does, I think it is we who need this lesson the most. Nothing has really changed. All the totalitarian measures in the world cannot change the way things are, or alter the laws of G-d.
Good to remember sometimes.
Not sure if I’ve seen a wild eagle. I have seen huge vultures that have swooped down for my dog. Also lots of pink flamingos are around.
Amen brother, it’s an awesome bird.
You had better get a photo of him before he gets “sliced and diced”by one of OBONGO’s Windmills!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Nature heals me every day! I, too, was feeling down about all the cr@p going on in DC these days, and as I was leaving for work (to pay my taxes and support the LOSERS in Life’s Lottery) there was an American Bald Eagle sitting in the big old stately oak tree at the end of my driveway. Cheered me right up!
It’s always an amazing feeling, even though I’ve seen dozens through the years because they live around here. :)
I am fortunate enough to live in a place where I see them quite frequently. The excitement never wears off for me. To me, each time is like seeing one for the first time.
1. he’s on his way out of the country, can’t stand it here anymore
2. he’s running away from the ObamaCare salesmen, you know the naked gay ones desecrating the Christmas tree
3. he’s running away from the KFC procurements posse
4. he just stopped by to say...
Merry Christmas, one and all!
We have one here in the area. So far I haven’t been able to capture it with the camera. I saw it in a dead tree branch over the lake one morning and I saw it on the ice a few weeks back.
Sixty - seven eagles have been killed by wind mill farms in the past five years. The Obama administration has lifted any threat of prosecution for killing or injuring the bald eagle by these wind farms. I am convinced this is a f$&@ you to America from Barack Obama which kind of falls in line with “all this for a damn bird.”
don’t know where you live but a couple of years ago my daughter took a picture of one sitting in a tree at the end of her road. (rural) Michigan
We have several bald eagles that live a few miles from my house, so I see them often. But, they never fail to be impressive!
You are right that God’s plan will not be thwarted, but that doesn’t mean that we won’t have to live through some truly horrible times as that plan plays out and Satan is permitted his time of temporary victory. We just have to stay strong in our faith as the bad people seem to win for a while. We know how it ends and that will have to be our motivation to see it through.
Birds of prey do not run away.
The first time I ever saw bald eagles outside of the zoo was during a train trip. We went by a portion of the upper Mississippi and there were a whole gang of them hanging out with the fisherman in waders. It was the coolest thing! They’re pretty intimidating. LOL
I don’t know whereabouts that you live ZC but I’m in western Washington and we do see them more frequently than I ever thought I would. We get a couple variety of hawks too.
I have a comical red tailed hawk that gives me that same soar.
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