On Saturday, February 23rd, the East Quabbin Land Trust hosted an Eagle Walk into Quabbin Gate 35. This has become a semi-regular February event beginning in 2005. Conditions this year were prefect – gray sky, no wind and 28° – and the eagles were cooperative. One pair was seen the entire time perching in and around their nest and interacting with each other. A third eagle (an immature) was also well seen by everyone, and a raven was heard and made a brief appearance. Though, very few other birds were seen, the spectacular scenery of the frozen reservoir framed by snow covered ridges, along with the deep quiet of this valley as a snow storm approached, made for another memorable trip.