I returned to the same place where I saw the other day a juvenile Bald Eagle with the objective to see if I can spot the adults. And I did. I saw two adults and again a juvenile, maybe the same from the other day.
Unfortunately, the adults have been too far away. I was not able to get pleasant shots of them but the juvenile cooperated nicely and flew by just a few meters away.
It turns out that around St. John’s Bald Eagles and Ospreys are more frequent than American Robins [I saw one] and Red-winged Blackbirds. How about that :)