1. On March 12, 2013, circling fairly low about 2kms west of Cordova Mines, north of Marmora, was a first winter Golden Eagle. Joined shortly by two Bald Eagles, (one first, and one second winter bird), the trio ascended and left the area. I suspect they all may have been dining together nearby, prior to the sighting.
3. On November 2, 2013, soaring at about 100 metres above the earth, over the spot where the North River empties into the west side of Belmont Lake, Havelock/Belmont/Methuen, was a first winter Golden Eagle.The bird appeared shortly after the rain had stopped. It rose for a few minutes, before entering a shallow, though very fast stoop towards Round Lake to the west.