Say Hello to the World's Largest and Most Impressive Eagle
The Philippine Eagle comes from Southeast Asia, has a 2-meter wingspan, and is a whole meter tall when standing at rest. Their behavior is also highly unique and impressive, as they are able to fly out of dense jungle almost vertically with their broad wings and squared off the tail.
The World's Largest Eagle is Both Majestic and Powerful
Meet the Most Powerful Bird in the World, the Harpy Eagle
It has a wingspan of 176 to 224 cm (5 ft 9 in - 7 ft 4 in) and females, who are typically bigger than the males, can weigh up to 9 kg (20 lb), rendering harpy eagles among the largest living eagles in the world.
Grip Your Talons Around These 25 Fascinating Eagle Facts
When we think of beautiful birds , eagles don’t often come to mind. Yet, eagles are among nature’s most wonderful creatures, and humans have recognized this for a long time.
As the Eagle Flies - Amazing!
With the tiny cameras of today, we can now join an eagle along for the ride. In this rare video, you will see what an eagle sees, as he flies above the area of Chamonix, Mer De Glace in France. An amazing experience. As the Eagle Flies - Amazing!
Golden Eagle in Flight!
Take a flight with a Golden Eagle in Scotland with the help of the ultra lightweight animal camera. Great short video from BBC wildlife show Animal Camera. Golden Eagle in Flight!
Glide like (and with) an Eagle
Glide like (and with) an Eagle animals, video, sport, hawk Parahawking means to fly alongside a hawk, having it interact with you and even sit on your arm while flying. Another experience we never knew we could make true.
Golden Eagles Really Are the Epitome of the Word Majestic!
Golden eagles, with their wingspan of up to 7 feet, are majestic birds of prey that can spot their food from over 3km away. In this fascinating clip taken from the BBC’s amazing Planet Earth, two of these deadly hunters attempt to survive the harsh Alpine winter by fighting over a dead fox...
WOW! Few Birds Compare to the Majesty of the Mighty Eagle
To show you just how amazing eagles are, we've compiled a list of 15 interesting facts about eagles, coupled with some truly stunning images. Click on images to enlarge Eagles are birds of prey in the family Accipitridae. There are approximately 60 different species.
Enjoy a Timeless Laid Back Feel With These Eagles Classics
In the 1960s, before the Eagles’ big break, country rock was considered a local alternative style of Los Angeles. After the band gained its popularity, country rock became the soundtrack of the youth of millions during the 1970s.
Take This Golden-Eagle Eyed Tour of the Scottish Highlands
This is the eagle-eye view of Scotland. Award-Winning Drone Video of Scotland amazing, landscapes, videos, drone, scotland, highlands If you have ever wanted to know just why the Scottish people are so proud of their land, then this video is for you: an incredible drone tour of the Highlands.
This Young Lady Handles Beautiful Birds of Prey Every Day!
This young lady works as a handler in the Gauntlet Birds of Prey Eagle and Vulture Park in Cheshire, England.
A Photo Guide to Beautiful Birds of Prey
It is also called the black eagle, especially in Southern Africa, leading to potential confusion with the Indian black eagle, which lives in Asia. The Wahlberg's eagle is a bird of prey.
Adorable - Heartwarming Animal Adoption Stories
From a baby squirrel being raised with kittens to an eagle raising a baby chicken, these are some of the most heartwarming animal adoption stories we've seen!
Jesus and Moses Tee off with an Old Man (Funny Joke)
As the fish was falling back down into the water, an eagle swooped down and grabbed the fish in its claws. The eagle flew over the green where a lightning bolt shot from the sky and barely missed it. Startled, the eagle dropped the fish.
Enjoying the Wild Life of Grandfather Mountain!
This area is incredibly high in biodiversity, and the bold and golden eagles here are rescued victims of hunter and poacher attacks, and nursed back to health at special rehabilitation centers. If possible, they are returned to the wild.
He Takes Intimate Photos of Wild Animals with Stunning Results
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The incredible Journey of Mankind to the Moon
Flickr: nasacommons The lunar module in the picture was known as “Eagle”, giving us the famous line "the Eagle has landed". It separated from the “Columbia” command module on July 20. Flickr: nasacommons /creative commons The Eagle landed on July 20 and man first walked on the moon.
Prosthetics: Not Just for Humans.
This bald eagle, named Beauty, was shot by a poacher. After three years, a group of volunteers made her a prosthetic beak, which was key to her survival as an eagle. An eagle that has to be hand-fed does not survive long. Once again, beauty can hunt and grasp food herself.
12 Eye-Opening Comparisons That Make Us Feel Really Tiny
This is exactly what these 12 fascinating photos below made us contemplate, as they compare ordinary people to various large objects, like the feather of a bald eagle, a blade of a windmill, or a whale shark. Scroll through to see just how small humans look in the grand scheme of things. 1.
8 Endangered Animals That Were Saved From Extinction
Bald Eagle In the 1700s, there were close to 500,000 bald eagles in the United States. Their population was thriving. Sadly, by the 1950s, the number dropped alarmingly to only 412, and they were in danger of being completely wiped out. What was the reason for this sharp fall?
Stunning! This Is Why Australia Thrives in the Winter
Some of the most beautiful stretches of Australia can be seen at Eagle Bay. 8. The coast of Eagle Bay in South West Australia. 9. During the summer months this place is known as Wyadup spa. In winter it transforms into a little waterfall. 10.
20 Heartfelt Moments Depicting the Human Race
9) A Chinese Coal Miner Takes a Moment to Reflect 10) A Young Eagle Huntress from Mongolia A courageous 13 year old little girl training eagles from the edge of a mountain, in order to help her during the harsh Mongolian winter hunting expeditions. 11) Vietnamese Rice Farmer from a Small Village 12)
Photographer Captures Photos of Stunning Mountain Views!
Eagle Path, a via ferrata This treacherous mountain path is only for experienced climbers and is the most difficult path in the entire Tatras range. Koscielec Summit Valley Gasienicowa The Tatras’ highest peak, Rysy, located south of Zakopane, is 2499m high (8200 ft).