John Davis wrote the following:
Seen 3 here in Oxford pa.. first time in my life.. (38)
Wenilyn Williams wrote the following: Spotted an adult bald eagle in Cogan Station October 1 2015. I passed by this morning and in the same area spotted an immature bald eagle October 2 2015. What an awesome sighting!!!
Phyllis Kimmell wrote the following: I have seen an immature bald eagle today in Johnstown PA near the Conemaugh and Stonycreek Rivers on the hillside overlooking Johnstown. I have seen a mature female about 4 times this year at my house.
Len Foti wrote the following: 9/5/15 - Saw a bald eagle in Broomall, PA yesterday circling over my house. I was able to get a video of it with my phone. It was being chased by crows. It flew extremely low and then landed in my neighbor's tree in their backyard. It sat there as the crows were freaking out. It couldn't care less about them. Great sighting on Labor Day weekend!
Mark White wrote the following: Saw an eagle hopping around a field today along Sumneytown Pike at Gwynedd Mercy University
Bald eagle spotted in Conshohocken, PA - suburban Philadelphia. Swooped low as we drove by. Very visible.
Saw a bald eagle behind my barn today in West Hempfield township in Lancaster County, PA. It landed on the chicken coop, but departed once it saw me. I had a great view of its flight! I see golden eagles and other birds of prey regularly, but this is my first sighting of a bald eagle on my property.
We spotted an adult bald eagle today, February 10, at 2pm in Lionville, PA (Chester County). Very exciting!
I saw a bald eagle in flight this morning while driving on Newport Road just north of Lititz PA near the Oak Street intersection.
I saw a bald eagle soaring just 25 feet high along Pennypack Creek in Willow Grove, PA. It was quite an amazing sight! I feel very lucky to have been in the right place at the right time. Feb. 3, 2015
Willow Grove, PA
Spotted bald eagle today, February 1, 2015, Laureldale, Pennsylvania, Berks County. Took off flying north, northwest direction.
I was enjoying the activity at the bird feeders in the back yard of a relative's home on Chapel Street in North Catasauqua, PA. In the distance, I was surprised to spot an adult bald eagle flying over the tree line at Willow Brook golf course around 1:00 pm on Jan 31, 2015. I followed it for a few minutes with binoculars until it disappeared in the distance.
Drexel Hill, PA
I saw a bald eagle today (January 31, 2015) over Route 1 near Cheney, Pa. This is the second sighting in two weeks. The first was around 8 AM on Sunday, January 18through at Linvilla Orchards. He was perched in a large tree overlooking the fishing hole off Knowlton Road waiting for breakfast.
January 31,2015..We sighted four bald Eagles to and from Lahaska,PA along Rt. 202 Stockton and Flemington NJ.
There have been four to five Eagles on the Darby Creek in RidleyPark,Pa usually two adults and two or three juveniles on the high tide when completely frozen I have seen one of the Juveniles try and take Mergansers
I saw a bald eagle this morning flying above my parking lot in Tredyffrin, PA, near the intersection of Routes 202 and 252 south.
Saw a bald eagle flying low over Route 926 (east of Parkersville Rd and west of Pocopson Rd) at 11:50 a.m. on Tuesday January 27, 2015.
We spotted a bald eagle flying over the north side of Springton Reservoir as we drove down Route 252 in Newtown Square, PA. The time was approximately 10:30am on January 25, 2015.
I saw a bald eagle sitting on top of a dead dear off Terwood Rd in Huntingdon Valley, pa at about 9:00am this morning. I saw it from a distance while driving and first thought it was a vulture. When I got up close I saw the distinctive white head. I pulled over to watch it and wanted to get a picture with my iPhone. I watched it for about five minutes. When I got out of the car to get a better picture it took off. I was only about 20 yards away. It was great for me since it was the first one I ever saw in the wild. I'm 62 and somewhat of a nature guy, so it was truly great for me.
Witnessed two bald eagles in the open field on east Schwenk mill rd, perkasie, PA, 18944
I assume they where hunting 1 was on the ground while the other was circled around the same area.
Jan 3, 2015 around 1 p.m. - Saw two bald eagles circling near Locust Grove School, off Locust Grove and Corrinne Roads, Pocopson, Chester County. So excited to see them here!
Lynn Powell, Avondale, PA
Two bald eagles on Loyalsock creek in Montoursville, PA.
Two weeks ago (12/3/14) driving east on West Chester Pike in Newtown Square, Pa. I spotted a bald eagle hovering about twenty feet off the ground right behind the War Memorial. I pulled over and another gentleman and I watched as he/she would fly all over this field in the snow that was falling. The eagle ended up flying off into a tree to which we noticed another bald eagle perched next to the one we were watching.
Just today (12/20/14) about two miles or so west of where I saw the pair two weeks ago, I saw two bald eagles, which I assume were the same pair, perched on this giant cell phone tower behind a restaurant named Teikoku on West Chester Pike in Edgmont, Pa.
I spotted a large bald eagle landing in a field. I was travelling west on Chambers Hill Road a few hundred yards before the intersection with N. Harrisburg Street (RT 441) in Harrisburg PA. There appeared to be some carrion in the field. I drove past the area again about 15 minutes later and it was gone. A few Turkey Vultures were circling above.
Last Sunday 11/23/14 driving home about 3pm on Rt 6 just 1/2 mile east of RT45 on the south side was a huge all brown eagle up in a tree about 75yds away. We have seen many bald eagles around Pymatuning on Rt 6/ 285. This one's body looked larger and longer than the ones before sighted and seem too big to be an immature bald eagle spotting them in PA also. Unfortunately I did not have my 400mm camera / lens with me but went back only to have the bird gone.
We saw two Eagles along the Ohio River at 9am on Tuesday 11-18-14. They were flying on the RT 65 side of the river at the Sewickley and Edgeworth Boundary.
We saw 2 bald eagles near Bake oven knob Germansville Pa this morning at 9 am
Just sighted a bald eagle and young eagle flying over Canonsburg Lake in McMurray, PA. Have been watching them dive to the lake all morning! Beautiful!
Tiffany A. Reed
This is amazing! In 3 days I've seen 3 eagles in 3 different locations! 1. Sat. 11/8 as I was driving on Rt. 1 at the Rt. 252 exit one flew over our car. 2. Mon. 11/10, I Saw one in our neighborhood in West Goshen township, West Chester. 3. Tues. 11/11, saw one flying over the fields at Episcopal Academy in Newtown Square.
Sighted this Bald Eagle on the rooftop of Rainbow Elementary in Coatesville Pa on Monday November 3, 2014around 4pm.
I viewed a immature Bald Eagle flying right over my car in Downingtown, PA 322 and Bollinger Rd. It looked like a Hawk from a distance but as it approached it was clearly much larger. It was brown with white/tan spots throughout it’s body. It was flying very low so I got a great view.
November 1st, 2:00pm, viewed from Green Trail along Wissahickon Creek in Ambler, Montgomery County, PA: soaring bird with broad flat wings, dark body and wings, bright white head and tail.
Oct. 28, 2014
I spotted two bald eagles along the Youghiogheny River on Oct 28 2014 at 11:30 AM fishing in the shallows -river right- 4 miles south of Connellsville Pa(Mile marker 84 on the Great Allegheny Passage). When I first noticed them one had just caught a fish and landed in a tree above the shallows where it stayed the entire time I watched. The second flew back and forth above the shallows a couple times then flew up stream. I took several pictures of the one that had perched when the second one came back and again scanned the shallows several times before heading upstream again. I spent approx. 1/2 hour at that spot watching. On my return trip 3 hours later I stopped and scanned the area but saw no sign of them. The size of the pair was rather small and they could be the ones born near Pittsburgh Pa this spring. On one other occasion, Aug 25 2014 I saw them approx. 10 miles south of Connellsville Pa. above the river while riding the Great Allegheny Passage but they were to high to get a picture.