Two bald eagles roost in a bare tree in Washington's Skagit Valley as the nearly full moon rises behind them. Hundreds of bald eagles winter in the Skagit Valley where they can feast on spawned out salmon in the Skagit River.

Bald Eagles and Moon, Skagit Valley, Washington

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