Drove out to Shelburne Bay about 2 p.m. hoping to see the "resident" bald eagle.......and there it was perched in a tree top just east of the Bay Rd underpass; within a few minutes it flew to one of the trees west of the underpass right along the shore (the spot where we've seen it more frequently.) A juvenile eagle was in another tree further down the shoreline, and it flew off before we had a chance to look closely. The adult bird started circling, eventually caught and dropped a large fish, and appeared to fly off to the west away from the lake. Ten minutes later, driving back from the bay parking lot, we spotted 3 adult bald eagles on the ice devouring something rather large and bloody. One bird was politely sharing with the crows! It's unclear whether the original adult bird we saw was also among those three. But it certainly was wonderful to go searching for one and to see four--including the juvenile-- and possibly five.