Because the Great Blue Herons weren’t catching sculpin near the shore, there weren’t many Bald Eagles at Big Beef Creek. The pair that seem to live there were hanging out together in the tall fir and they both flew out, caught a sculpin, and flew back
to same tree where they seem to feed on their catch every time I’ve been there.
After feeding, the pair rejoined each other on the beach and proceeded to “sing” for a steady five minutes — the first time I’ve observed that behavior.
It was slow enough and the tide was far enough out that I decided after a few hours to go to Seabeck to see what I could see there.