This morning (July 26) at 6::43 AM (just one minute before sunrise) an adult Bald Eagle flew over the wetlands of west Miramar. It followed the usual course of these early morning flights, from the direction of the Pembroke Pines nest to the large lake in Sunset Lakes subdivision. Its large size and head shape strongly resemble the characteristics of the female (Jewel). The male (Pride) besides being more compact with a low forehead also has been molting some wing feathers lately, not seen in this bird. My photos were not very good because of distance and back-lighting against the rising sun.