Brown-headed bald eagle May 14, 2011The one brown-headed bald eagle stands out among his family. Not quite old enough to have shed the feathers of his youth. The juvenile bird looks the odd-one-out as he nestles among the group. Photograph Pam MullinsBy wordlesstech team| 2013-09-20T12:45:45+00:00 May 14, 2011|Categories: Animals|Tags: eagle| Related Posts What Would Happen If All The Bugs Died? Oct 9, 2017| 0 Comments Hundreds of Polar Bears gathered to eat one Whale carcass Oct 4, 2017| 0 Comments Rare white giraffes spotted in Kenya Sep 15, 2017| 0 Comments Amazing Water bugs reacting to Voices Sep 12, 2017| 0 Comments One Comment Benjamin White 2014/11/16 at 9:37 pm - ReplyHow might I get a hi-res copy of Pam Mullin’s “Brown-headed bald eagle”? For personal use only, I’d like to have a copy suitable for printing in a format that I could hang this, framed of course, on my office wall. This picture sends chill bumps down my spine, in a good way. Thank you, Ben White Lakeland, FL USALeave A Comment Cancel replyComment Current [email protected] * Leave this field empty Notify me of follow-up comments by email.