When Eagles Hang With The Cats In Alaska, What Could Possibly Happen?

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WARNING: Loud eagle squawks so turn down volume!

"I had gone on a short errand and when I came home I found the cats hanging out with these 2 eagles. During the summer these same two eagles hang out on my porch about every day like it is their own private perch. They also have claim to the lamp post across the street from my house. I just happened to have my FlipVideo on me so I thought I would take a short video to show everyone that the eagles have no interest in eating my cats. The cats sometimes look at the eagles like they would love to catch that big bird but the cats know they don't stand a chance to even try.


I have also been trying to figure out which eagle is the female and which is the male and I think the braver one that never flies away is the female and the smaller, more scared one is the male. They sit on the porch rail and watch me in my kitchen for hours! I love the sounds they make!"

2015 in Unalaska, Alaska at the Senior Center. Juvenile eaglets, adult eagles & the little black fox named Blackie all hanging out. Since people seem to love the fox I thought I would post this one for them to see Blackie. And the eagles are always fun to see, too!

6-19-14 Going to work this morning I pass by this and decided to take a video for all of you who love seeing the eagles. They are busy at work cleaning the fishing nets before the guys repair them. There were lots of eagles surrounding the area but you can't really tell too much with this camera. They are on all the lamppost and buildings. This is the nesting season so lots of eagles are busy at their nest. I took this video in Dutch Harbor, Alaska.

Videos and descriptions by Pam Aus

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