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I wanna be a chief...
Any-who ... The kids didn`t really bother me, although to be honest I didn`t watch the whole thing through without fast forwarding.
I probably would never let my own kid out there (if I had one), but I sure as hell would want to be. XDThat`s a pretty crazy sight.
I`m glad the kids were unharmed, no thanks to their mildly retarded parents.
We live in bear country, we have bald eagles here too, won`t see my kids that dang close to those birds and won`t see my daughters running around outside with arses hanging out and no pants on.
Those kids are idiots, scaring the poor birds. I hope one of the Eagles drats them up.
Run for your lives before THE BIRDS start to kill us all!!!
A convocation of eagles. Bald Eagles occasionally hunt cooperatively, with one individual flushing prey towards another.
Conce, that would be Benjamin Franklin.
They feed them
Seriously though, anyone got any basic ideas as to why there would be 30+ eagles in this guy`s garden?
At the end of the video he says they are in Alaska.
one of my relatives brought her small dog (shih-tzu) up there (terrace bc) and an eagle swooped to get him but he ran under a car.
eagles have been known to kill and eat baby deer, etc. im serious.
Could be a good use of a resource - tell the kids if they don`t behave, you`ll leave `em alone with the eagles! chomp, tear, nom, nom....
I am not a bad mother....I`m not...really...no you can`t ask my kids...they`re out playing with the eagles.
"The bald eagle steals food from other bald eagles as well as other species." (Cheeky little predators, huh?)
No wonder it`s the US symbol!! Further, just for your limited entertainment:
Status of the bald eagle - On June 28, 2007 the Interior Department took the American bald eagle off the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants. The bald eagle will still be protected by the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act.Got all this from:
Dude, that would be AWESOME!
You know, if it weren`t for the fact that if you pissed them off they could rake your face off in less time than it takes to say "oh shi...!"
fav quote from this one.
Onto the video, good God! That is flippin` awesome. One lucky family gets 30 eagles in their backyard at once. Not the best idea trying to approach one, though.
We see a lot of them, especially around the river bluffs near Red Wing, and occasionally even in the Minneapolis area but I`ve never seen them in a group, always alone.
Here`s a photo from a reputable sourceU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
lucky guy though. Ours never come near us.
Vegeta, what`s his American level? It`s over NINE-THOUSAND!
This guy is the most unlucky bastard ever. And today is opposite day.
`not bald eagles` BAH!
Davio Magnifi: Are you kidding? You can see quite clearly what they are. Their heads and tails take at least four years to become completely white.
1) Eagles are normally solitary creatures. They don`t flock. Why are there so many of them together like this?
2) Why was the guy narrating letting his kids harass them like that? I didn`t see any of the kids actually FEED any of the eagles, and following them around and in the one instance, the smallest girl was going to run right up to one and try to either pet it, or pick it up.
I`ve never seen behavior like that from the ones here in Minnesota, and if I did, I`d be very cautious about approaching them so closely.
I would however, pull out my video and still cameras and shoot at much as I could.
Pretty cool with the exception of the guys annoying kids.
It`s a little long, but definitely awesome.