I did find a mature bald eagle perched in a tree on the road side of the river.While I was photographing this eagle another car stopped and the driver told me that there were a couple of immature eagles on the ice further up the river. I packed up my camera and hurried down the road until I spotted a young bird on the ice looking over a gigantic fish head. Most of the fish was gone. It had probably been eaten by other eagles earlier in the day. Eagles can only eat about 2 to 3 pounds otherwise they become too heavy and may not be able to fly. Since their still seemed to be a lot of fish left another immature joined the first. At times the two would squabble a bit over the large prize. Inevitably they both ended up leaving it on the ice when the growing throng of gawkers finally ended up spooking them. I continued down the road but I did not find any more birds of any interest. I did find a couple of deer who had made their way down on to the ice.
The light was getting low so I decided to head back towards home. On my way back through I passed the giant fish head again. This time there was an adult eagle nibbling on it. I stopped to take some shots but the light was too low to get any thing descent.