A panoply of eagles

June 11, 2022 • 12:30 pm

Ben Sojo’s videos seem to concentrate on the horrors of predation.  Here he shows us ten species of eagles in the act of getting their meals.  I can’t say that I don’t feel sorry for the prey, but there’s always going to be a top predator.  Don’t watch this if you don’t like watching raptors do their thing.

In a few of these videos part of the prey is blurred out, and I can’t figure out why.

It isn’t Attenborough, but this is what you get today:

3 thoughts on “A panoply of eagles

  1. Two days ago The Far Side reposted a cartoon from 1990; “God creates the animals.” God is surveying a small group of animals – rabbits, ducks, antelope, zebras, etc. God’s comment: “Hmmmmm … Not bad, not bad at all… Well, now I guess I better make some things. to eat you guys.”
    So now you know why we have carnivores.

  2. Magnificent footage, though the narration was weird. Seemed like a computer-generated voice. Every “yeah”, inappropriately over-used, seemed identical. And it seemed to be reading a bad computer-generated translation into English, full of grammatical errors that went unnoticed by the equally automated voice..

    1. Yes, we are going to miss the voice of Richard Attenborough. His voice has become part and parcel of nature documentaries.

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