Friday (10/10) Terry and I were photographing herons at the marsh when all 7-8 of them flew up at once. That usually signals the arrival of an eagle. Less than a minute later I spotted one flying in from the vicinity of Marina Beach. I am always amazed how the herons can spot an eagle before I can. I tracked it with my 7D + 100-400L telephoto zoom.
The eagle made a semi-circle and landed by Willow Creek on the far south side of the marsh.
The eagle remained by the creek for several minutes and the herons returned. You can see the eagle in the distance on the ground.