"It took me a long time just staring at it to process that it was an eagle attacking a deer. It was just so unexpected," Slaght said. Researchers at the ZSL and WCS have monitored Siberian tigers with camera traps for six years in the …
A digital camera trap captured the first photo of a golden eagle attacking a young sika deer in southern Russia. The camera trap was originally set up by Linda Kerley of the Zoological Society of London and Jonathan Slaght of the …
According to a news release from the Wildlife Conservation Society, a wildlife camera trap designed to take photos of endangered Siberian tigers in the Russian Far East captured extremely rare images of a golden eagle attacking a …
This is the first photographic evidence of an eagle taking down and killing a full grown deer. Golden Eagle Attacks Deer, A Photo Of An Epic Confrontation http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2013/09/24/225809021/golden-eagle-attacks
A photo captured a golden eagle attacking a young sika deer in Russia. (Photo courtesy of the Zoological Society of London and Wildlife Conservation Society) A photo of a golden eagle attacking a young sika deer has solved a …
A camera set up in far east Russia to capture tigers in the wild depicted a lot more than the researchers hoped for. Biologists recently released photos accidentally captured by the camera depicting a golden eagle attacking a deer
Eagle attacks fawn Julie Smith of Bloomer was videotaping a fawn swimming along shore at dawn June 30 on Lake Noquebay in Marinette County when a bald eagle swooped in and killed it. The eagle ate the young deer over the …
A camera trap set up in the Russian Far East to capture some live action of the endangered Siberian tigers, instead caught rare images of a golden eagle hunting a young sika deer. A series of three images taken in fraction seconds clearly …
Golden eagles may seem relatively dainty compared to large mammals, but recent photographs showing an eagle
"The scientific literature is full of references to golden eagle attacks on different animals from around the world, from things as small as rabbits—their regular prey—to coyote and deer, and even one record in 2004 of an eagle taking a brown …