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03-30-2013, 03:12 AM
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Bald Eagle protects nest from Redtailed Hawk

http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/natio...owTwt_BAYBrand

Caught on camera (warning - graphic video); no sound.

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http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/natio...owTwt_BAYBrand

Caught on camera (warning - graphic video); no sound.
Holy ****! Wow. And here I thought they were all stoic and chill

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why would a red-tail take on such a bigger bird? I can only suppose that it must have been starving to try to get one of the eagle eggs.

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Eagles all like FREE FOOD

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why would a red-tail take on such a bigger bird? I can only suppose that it must have been starving to try to get one of the eagle eggs.
You'd think it would wait until the eagle left the nest.

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Apparently birds are protective of their nests...

I've never seen a raptor go that berserk before though..yikes

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