We see them relatively frequently but it’s harder to actually photograph a bald eagle in flight. During a very windy day recently in a sky shared by hawks, black vultures and turkey vultures, a bald eagle also made an appearance. Though one hawk was not pleased to share the sky with this bald eagle (and he let the eagle know about it), the majestic predator seemed just to be enjoying the wind rather than hunting.
Psalm 91:4 speaks of the assurance we have in trusting God using the imagery of the eagle sheltering us with his pinions and providing refuge under his wings. But we want to be like the eaglets being protected rather than the prey being carried home for dinner.