Well, at least one of them is. I don't think the mate has arrived yet.
This eagle is being very skittish and only showing itself for about 30 seconds every morning. I spent about an hour and a half yesterday hiding in the bushes waiting for the eagle to show itself and I saw nothing. Once I started back to the car though, here comes the eagle taunting me.
Luckily I am getting better at moving around with the bazooka lens so it only took me a couple of seconds to set and start taking photos. These were taken with the Nikon D700 and the Nikon 600mm f4 lens with the TC-14 E teleconverter on.
Aaron has got me convinced that I need a 2X teleconverter for shooting whales in Hawai'i. After a little research on his part it seems the Nikon D800 will still autofocus with a teleconverter up to f8 which is where the 2X would put me using the 600mm lens. Not to mention I would be shooting at 1200mm! The other camera bodies Nikon makes, except for the D4, will only autofocus to f5.6 with teleconverters.