Bald eagle swims ashore dragging a 20lb carp

The eagle has landed a huge fish! Moment a bald eagle swims ashore dragging a 20lb carp

  • Bald eagle uses its powerful wings to swim along Lake Chieppewa in Wisconsin
  • The bird of prey swims towards the shore while clutching a 20lb carp in its talons
  • Creature releases the fish onto the beach before eating its freshly caught meal
  • This is the incredible moment a determined bald eagle pulled a large fish from a lake before bringing it to shore.

    Footage captured on Lake Chippewa in 위스콘신 shows the bird of prey swim towards the shore while clutching a 20lb carp in its talons.

    The bald eagle releases the huge fish onto the beach before eating its freshly caught meal.

    클립 중, the determined bird glides through the lake using its powerful wings as its white head bobs rhythmically through the water and the filmer shouts: '세상에!’








    The bald eagle pulls a large carp from Lake Chieppewa in Wisconsin before eating its prey

    The bald eagle pulls a large carp from Lake Chieppewa in Wisconsin before eating its prey

    The bird of prey swims towards the shore using its powerful wings while clutching a 20lb carp in its talons

    The bird of prey swims towards the shore using its powerful wings while clutching a 20lb carp in its talons

    잠시 후, the large carp is spotted in the eagle’s enormous talons as the bird continues to drag its meal through the water.

    As the eagle draws closer to the shore, the filmer says: ‘Look at that big fish! See it?That is insane! It’s still alive. Is it flapping? 세상에!’

    The filmer told Viral Hog: ‘We were sitting in the living room with a view of the lake and noticed an eagle swimming towards our beach.

    ‘At first, I thought it was hurt but then it swam to shore with a 20lb carp in its talons.

    ‘It sat on the shore and ate the fish for a couple of hours and then came back in the morning and finished eating the carp. It was truly an amazing sight to see!’

    Following the clip, viewers shared their awe at seeing the bird of prey swimming through the water, with one calling the scenes ‘amazing’.

    한 시청자가 작성했습니다.: ‘He used his wings like arms to do a front stroke while dragging a fish through the water. Amazing.

    다른 사람이 댓글을 달았을 때: ‘Didn’t even know eagles could swim.

    The bird drags the fish through the water

    The eagle pulls the fish from the water

    The large bird draws closer to the shore and pulls the carp from the water using its talons

    The bald eagle sits by the shore with the fish before eating its freshly caught meal

    The bald eagle sits by the shore with the fish before eating its freshly caught meal

    Viewers shared their awe at seeing the bird of prey swimming through the water

    Viewers shared their awe at seeing the bird of prey swimming through the water

    다른 사람이 추가되었습니다.: ‘And now I’ve officially seen that eagles can swim elegant and gracefully with their wings.

    The scene comes just weeks after a bald eagle managed to pluck a duck from the surface Dale Hollow Reservoir in Tennessee.

    The bird had been flying about 30 feet above the water when it swooped down and caught the duck.

    After a few seconds, the powerful eagle flapped its wings and flew off with the doomed duck held in its talons.

    The bald eagle, which is found across regions in North America including Canada and Alaska, is an opportunist feeder and usually survives on fishwhich it snatches from the water with its talons.

    The bird of prey travels at around 30 miles-per-hour in regular flight and can travel more than 30 miles in a day, using its sharp eyesight to spot its next catch.

    It can also soar more than 10,000ft high and can spot fish fish up to a mile away.








    The bald eagle stalks a flock of ducks

    The eagle swoops on one duck

    The bald eagle stalks a flock of ducks on Dale Hollow Reservoir in Tennessee before swooping down and scooping up the duck

    The creature forms a species pair with the white-tailed eaglethe largest bird of prey in the UK, which was recently reintroduced after becoming extinct in the country 240 여러 해 전에.

    Species pairs are anatomically and chemically similar, if not identical.

    Swimming is not an unusual activity for the species, who are open-water foragers, and they will often catch fish straight out of rivers and lakes using their talons.

    에 2019, eagle researcher Jim Watson from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife told Aspen Public Radio that eagles start swimming because ‘their feathers get soaked and they can’t fly away’.

    그는 말했다: ‘Throughout the years I’ve seen them swim a lot of times and usually it’s because they fly out and attempt to catch a fish in the water and maybe get waterlogged.

    Despite its name, bald eagles are not actually bald and usually have white feathers on their head.

    Their name comes from the old English wordpiebald – 즉 ‘white-headedrather than hairless.

    Despite being America’s national symbol, bald eagles were facing extinction in the mid-twentieth-century.

    However conservation efforts in the past 25 years have led to significant increases in the population and in 2007, the bald eagle was officially removed from the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife.

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