Bald Eagles on the St. Clair River
Yesterday was a windy day, but wanted to go out and do some filming. I headed down to Algonac State Park and parked by the river looking for Bald Eagles. I filmed one thinking it was a hawk when I first got there then that was it for while. I was going to head down the river more to check out other spots, so I packed up and got in my truck. Once I sat in the truck I glanced out to the river, and two bald eagles sit on the ice river. I rush grabbing my camera, no time to set up my tripod, and I got some of the worst shots ever doing handheld with my 18-200mm set at 200mm and the wind blowing. Though, I was still excited because after 2 years of searching for them, I finally saw them and captured them on my camera.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKtIyQGzvkE&feature=youtube_gdata_player
Posted on January 26, 2014, in Uncategorized and tagged Algonac, Algonac Michigan, Audubon, bald eagles, birds, cinematography, film, filmmaking, Kyle Coffins, michigan, nature, St. Clair River, wildlife. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.