National Geographic : 2002 Jul
From a blind neara cliff-top aerie,Rosing spent weeks photographingone eagle family in a nest nearPlacentiaBay on Newfoundland, home to 400 eagle pairs. Master anglers, eagles can spot a fish from high in the airthen dive at up to a hundred miles an hour.Dan gling its catch, an adult arrivesat the nest (above). One eaglefeeds the two hungry two month-old eaglets (below), then takes off for another run (left). "The parentsfeed them three to five times a day," says Rosing. Soon these chicks will fledge and fly, though they will still roost near the nestfor weeks.