Yesterday I was running errands in town and had my 14 yo son with me. I had just picked up some lunch for my dh and was on my way to bring it to him as a surprise...we took a shortcut through the park, which has an inlet of Lake Memphremagog in it. My son exclaimed, "MOM! LOOK!" I turned my head and saw what I first thought was a perfect carving of an eagle...in the middle of the lawn area between the drive through the park and the lake??? I stopped the car to stare (no cars came behind me...this is a small town). It was an immature Bald Eagle, eating a pigeon or a sea gull! (For some reason we have seagulls on this land-locked lake in the mountains.) We watched it the whole time it stayed there. It was very alert. It would pull up a piece of food and then look in every direction while it ate that piece. Finally it flew up into the trees! It was totally awesome and majestic! And right in the heart of town, too! When I brought my lunch in to my dh (late!), he wasn't really impressed. But the guy who shares his office questioned me closely and then told me that a mature Bald Eagle and its offspring, an immature Bald Eagle had been sighted at nearby Prouty Beach. He went to go see if he could get a glimpse of it. I found this a very exciting event.