Raven yelling up at partially obscured, unimpressed eagle.
There's a woodlot of Douglas fir and sitka spruce next to the playground. This scrap of forest is the year-round turf of a pair of ravens, who today took great issue with the arrival of an eagle pair and wasted no time laying on a ferocious scolding.
The second eagle was more or less ignored by the angry corvids, but eventually flew off anyway. It was joined by the first, heading toward the river. The crows and ravens went back to hating each other.
Eagle springing to flight, another fine picture from Mr. Hesitation, my point-and-shoot.