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As bon says in the comments, the most likely explanation is that the vultures and eagle were fighting over a carcass. The answer to your question "do eagles eat carrion?" is an emphatic yes: Unlike some other eagle species, bald eagles rarely take on evasive or dangerous prey on their own... They obtain much of their food as carrion or via a practice ...


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The vultures had likely found something that the eagle also wanted in on. I come from a part of the world where Bald Eagles are everywhere, and yes, they are carrion birds that eat roadkill and found kill all the time. I actually have a picture I shot not long ago of a bald eagle picking meat off of a deer carcass. This was shot just after he chased away a ...


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Interactions with other boaters This is probably the top thing that I would consider when anchoring. Key questions include: Am I allowed to anchor here? If I am using a single anchor, and the winds or currents change where will my boat swing? Are other boats using a single anchor or multiple? You should do the same thing, so that your craft moves ...



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