Gretchen Hayes wrote the following:
I saw a bald eagle soaring over the Springtown Preserve in North Livermore and onwards west towards Morgan Territory the evening of October 5,2016.
Jack Purcell wrote the following: Spotted a pair above Cinnabar Hills Golf course September 6, 2016 located in San Jose, CA. What a sight just circling and so distinctive with the white head and flailed white tail feathers.
Donald Holcomb wrote the following: Anderson Dam Morgan Hill, Ca. On 08/28/2016 I Spotted a pair of Bald Eagles, very vocal, nesting at the south-west end of the lake. They flew overhead and landed in a tree. Friends thought I was crazy when I said, OMG is that a Bald Eagle? Beautiful awesome birds. I'm 49 years old, first sighting ever! Will definitely have a camera next time.
Regan Foust wrote the following: Bald Eagle spotted at the top of a tall tree with a huge fish in its mouth :> Highland Lakes, CA.
Steve Witte wrote the following: I saw a single bald eagle atop a California Sycamore south of 152 just east of Casa de Fruta near the seasonal lake.
Charlene Owen wrote the following: Santa Clara valley, GUADALUPE RESERVOIR This morning about 9:15 just above the dam,a bright white head bald eagle in tree top almost level to road. :-) 2/4/16
Rico Lara wrote the following: I seen a bald Eagle on the outskirts of Merced Ca. I was driving on Snelling Road about a half mile past La Paloma Road and i seem him sitting atop a small Hill.
Robin Davidson wrote the following: Bald eagle seen at live oak reservoir (la Verne, Ca) every few days for last month!
Antonio Cina wrote the following: I saw a bald eagle Sunday morning in the foothills of La Verne California
Erwin Fano wrote the following: January 2, 2016 4:00 p.m. There is a beautiful bald eagle on the top of the eucalyptus tree across the street from my house on Bradford Ave. in Placentia, CA. My neighbor says he has seen it and it's mate flying in the neighborhood for the past couple of days. Amazing!
Diana Hamil wrote the following: A bald eagle landed in a tree by Richardson Bay across from Sausalito, CA, unincorporated Mill Valley. The eagle sat in a tree overlooking the water for about three hours before it was chased off by an osprey. 12/28/'15
Robin Leisle wrote the following: Sited bald Eagle in Yosemite Lakes Park, Coarsegold CA 12/27/15 up on Revis Rd.sitting atop a tree.
Sandy Murray wrote the following: 12/25/15 bald eagle sighting in Mill Valley, California. 4:30 p.m. by Richardson Bay. flying, then in tree, then flew over us with good size bird in it's talons. AMAZING! white head, white tail feathers.
Shawna O'Bannon wrote the following: Spotted a LARGE beautiful / clean white tail/head male being chased by a red-tail hawk, this morning. Placentia, CA - Orange County Near the corner of Orangethorpe and Jefferson
Cynthia Provinse wrote the following: Sighted a bald eagle 12/9/2015 on a communication tower at the N I-5 and I-405 intersection in Sylmar, CA. What a sight!
Rachel Irving wrote the following: Rancho Santa Margarita, California; 12/1/2015 approximately 1:30pm; Northbound 241 toll road @ Los Alisos. Perched on a freeway light post overlooking Oso Lake.
Leslie Fisk wrote the following: On the southeast side of Anderson Lake in Santa Clara County, California on afternoon of November 25, 2015, a pair of adult bald eagles were perched at the top of a oak tree. After about five minutes in the tree, they proceed to take flight and headed south along east hills by the edge of Henry Coe state park.
Lenore Pacitto wrote the following: Nov. 15, 2015, 10:30 am Eagle flew around Pardee Lake and landed in the trees for a bit, then flew west. Beautiful sight!
Vlad Uzoff wrote the following: Saw one soaring near the road near San Gabriel Dam, Azusa, California. 11/1/15
Leilani Smith wrote the following: My boyfriend and I saw one bald eagle while looking for our other nested friends in a tree near by when he caught our eye,soon after spotting the beauty a second one showed up both just flying round and round in the area by Good Samaritan hospital sunday October 11,2015...we were headed in from the deck and a third one joined them , they are surely adults and more beautiful than anything I've seen in a very long time.
Jean Carnell wrote the following: 10/5/15 6:00pm I spotted a bald eagle flying from the west toward the hills above Canyon Heights and Pickering Ave.in Fremont, CA. It soared across the front of the hills where normally hawks and turkey vultures swoop to hunt, and then it went up and over to the Vargas Plateau. I ran to get my binoculars to definitely see the white head and tail through my binocs. Lucky me!
Shylyn Young wrote the following: Friday, September 26, 2015 @ 2:45pm. Spotted flying westerly at the southern end of Lexington Reservoir. I had to do a triple take. "A bald eagle? No way!" Unfortunately the bird looked a bit ragged and disheveled with a few missing wing feathers. Still majestic and beautiful though.
On Feb 11 at 12 noon, I saw 2 adult Bald Eagles in flight within about 20 ft of each other at the same elevation heading in the same direction kind of side-by-side, as if in formation, and vocalizing, presumably to each other. They flew over Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve in California (Contra Costa County, I think) going northwest in the direction of the Lafayette Reservoir or possibly the Briones Reservoir.
On the same day I also saw 2 dark eagles, almost certainly juvenile, perched on the microwave towers at the same preserve. They eventually flew off and had the classic eagle profile in flight. I only had binoculars, but I clearly saw their tarsi which were yellow and unbooted i.e. no feathering on the tarsi. Otherwise they were mainly very dark except for pale grayish under-feathers on the breast. Given lighting and high contrast conditions and the distance, it was hard to discern other markings.
I saw a bald eagle flying through Portola Valley in Santa Clara CA at 8:15am on Feb 6, 2015.
We saw 2 bald eagles flying near the truck scales at Truckee, California on Wednesday, February 4, 2015 at 8:45am and it was amazing. They are so beautiful. We have only seen them in captivity. We have only seen them in the wild in Alaska.
My wife and I saw a female Bald Eagle while driving on east California State Route 46, about 5 miles west of Shandon, in central California. This occurred on Monday February 2, 2015 at about 3:30 PM. Weather-72 degrees, wind-calm, sky-clear. She was sitting in open rangeland on some low foothills to the south of the road about 1/4 mile. We stopped and observed her for about 5 minutes during which she flew around and sat down once again about 1/2 mile east of that point. Her markings were unmistakably those of a Bald Eagle. She rose for a second time and flew northwest until we couldn’t see her any longer.
wanted to report spotting a pair of bald eagles flying around while I was hiking at Anderson Dam in Morgan Hill, Ca. on Jan 23rd time was 1:30pm. Rangers said they have seen them as well. This is the second time seeing the two and hope to get lucky again.
Ron De La Chevrotiere
I saw a bald eagle Jan 21, 2015 at 4:50 pm on Hwy 4, 13 miles east of Farmington, CA, just at the start of the foothills. Magnificent.
Adult bald eagle seen over Lake Lagunitas in Marin County, CA on 12/27/14 in arial battle with an osprey carrying a fish. Neither got the fish when the osprey dropped it. Amazing!
Nais Raulet, San Francisco
Sighted bald eagle at Kings Beach, Lake Tahoe, 2nd Jan, @ 10.30 am.
We saw two bald eagles flying south one behind the other and parallel to Highway 101 at the southern end of Atascadero in San Luis Obispo County, CA on December 27th about 11 am. Clear skies wind from North.
Bald eagle spotted at 3:45pm on Sunday December 28, 2014 perched on a tree on the side of Highway 20 in Colusa County leaving the canyon (before reaching the town of Williams).
- Aaron D. and Mieko Yeh
DECEMBER 24 2014. APPROX 10 AM
AT THE ENTRANCE OF TOLL ROAD SR 241 OF OSO SOUTH ORANGE COUNTY CALIFORNIA.
BALD EAGLE WAS PERCHED ON HE FIRST OVERHEAD LIGHT AFTER THE ENTRANCE ON SR241 OFF OSO.
THIS AREA IS BETWEEN LADERA RANCH AND COTO DE CAZA….THE EDGE OF WILDERNESS.
ONLY TIME IN MEMORY I DID NOT HAVE MY CAMERA….AS I OFTEN PULL OVER IN THIS AREA TO USE CAMERA WITH 400MM LENS TO CATCH THE RED TAIL HAWK THAT SITS HERE ALMOST EVERY DAY!
Lone male sited bald eagle in green valley California on the Dittmer family farm in oak tree overlooking reservoir.
Stephanie Bundenthal, Thomas Bundenthal and Samuel Bundenthal on December 2, 2014 9:30 am.