Categories General Eagle Drama Post author By Art Post date January 5, 2018 4 Comments on Eagle Drama Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) ← Common Redpolls → Tree Ordering Time 4 replies on “Eagle Drama” A Bald Eagle spent about an hour in a scuffle with four resident Crows concerning part of a frozen rabbit carried about by one of the crows. A Red-Tailed Hawk was on the periphery for about ten minutes. Usually crows mob and harass an eagle. This time the crows were aggressively targeted by the swooping eagle as the crows hopped deeper into the dense impenetrable branches of a large poplar tree, one of them munching on the piece of rabbit. When the crows flew about a quarter mile away, the eagle followed, and then followed them back before eventually leaving hare-less. Wow. It looks like that intimidating stare didn’t work. I didn’t know that crows will harass eagles; I’ve not seen that before. …hare-less. HaHa Awesome photo of eagle! Do you have something in the frig he would like to eat? I’m gonna let him find his own food. When he left, he seemed to be following the road, likely looking for roadkill. It has been so cold here I imagine the amount of open water on the Saint Croix River (where they get fish by fishing, scavenging or stealing) is decreased. When I had chickens, they used to regularly check them out this time of year. Once I watched as one tried to land on a neighbor’s chicken but missed. Leave a Reply to Art Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Please Do the Math * × 9 = 9 Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.