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Bald eagles on Maple Beach. I was going to go there today, but it was a bit too cold for me to venture out on foot. Wouldn't you know it? Two of them flew in a tree right close to where I would have been. They probably wouldn't have landed there had I been at that spot though.

Bald eagles on Maple Beach. I was going to go there today, but it was a bit too cold for me to venture out on foot. Wouldn't you know it? Two of them flew in a tree right close to where I would have been. They probably wouldn't have landed there had I been at that spot though.

Looking over at Maple Beach from Bristol Basin. Look in the center tree. A bald eagle is perched up top. I'd be willing to bet it was one of the Burlington Island birds.

Looking over at Maple Beach from Bristol Basin. Look in the center tree. A bald eagle is perched up top. I'd be willing to bet it was one of the Burlington Island birds.

Early-autumn view of Maple Beach Road, leading south into the virtual ghost town.

Early-autumn view of Maple Beach Road, leading south into the virtual ghost town.

Abandoned building on Maple Beach, as seen in monochrome previously from the other side of the structure. This shot was taken from Burlington, NJ. Young heathens are seen on the roof after their painting graffiti on the sides of the remaining hovel.

Abandoned building on Maple Beach, as seen in monochrome previously from the other side of the structure. This shot was taken from Burlington, NJ. Young heathens are seen on the roof after their painting graffiti on the sides of the remaining hovel.

Maple Beach Road, facing the barricaded bridge over to Bristol.

Maple Beach Road, facing the barricaded bridge over to Bristol.

Further on down the road, the first evidence of civilization appears.

Further on down the road, the first evidence of civilization appears.

Not sure, but it looks to me like a big bear in the woods across Parker Pond.

Not sure, but it looks to me like a big bear in the woods across Parker Pond.

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