Here you go, as seen in the Great Central Valley near the I-80:
And here’s another view of Fairfield – windmills, light poles, flagpoles and a giant inflatable bald eagle draped in an ‘Merican flag.
God Bless America.
Here’s the latest on this one:
Critical Mass window smasher was wearing T-shirt advocating non-violence by Evan Sernoffsky
Oh, I read it as The Union is Our Strength. And I thought, oh, I guess that makes sense.
But the real quote is much better.
Anyway, here’s the front of the shirt – it depicts the UFW eagle morphing into a white winged dove* with a sprig of laurel:
Anyway, this is some excellent blogging from Evan Sernoffsky…
*Well, only a regular dove, but it’s just like the white-winged dove.
“This is on top of the flag pole at the US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals at 95 7th street, corner of Mission and 7th, so if your near there, look up, because that area and the federal building across the street is pretty much home to this pair of hawks and they’re often circling above. And this golden eagle on the flag pole is one of their favorite perches.”
Here’s the latest, from Santa Clara County:
Via John K at Calaveras Reservoir – click to expand
What can I say but that it’s Bald Eagle Watch time, baby?
Dese boids are coming in from the north and from the south.
When will we have a nesting pair here in San Francisco?
I don’t have enough data to make this determination.
As seen yesterday, October 4th, 2011, in the Western Addition – it’s the mansion of patriotic San Franciscans:
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All the deets after the jump.
*Don’t let the Streetsblog people find out about the free on-campus parking perk. I’m seriously.
An ideal nesting site high above the Polk Street Steps, don’t you think?
It’s protected from the rain and wind and of course there are plenty of rats scurrying about City Hall these days, non?
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This new nest matches the other one the Polk Side has.
Via Tom Hardin – click to expand
So, take a vacay from your Sunday Punch routine and get out there – let’s hope that B25J will be on hand this year. (Don’t Mess With Texas, or Tennessee, or, well, just don’t mess with 12 machine guns when they’re all firing together.)
See you there!
All the deets:
“Here’s a sneak preview of just some of our 2011 Air Show performers: