A photo of a golden eagle attacking a young sika deer has solved a mystery for researchers in Russia's Far East. A camera trap had been set up to take photos of Siberian tigers, and when Linda Kerley of the Zoological Society of …
A camera set out in the Russian Far East to capture pictures of rare tigers got more than researchers ever bargained. According to a press release from the Wildlife Conservation Society, the camera, which was set up to take photos of …
"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 …
Scientific literature is full of references to golden eagle attacks on different animals from around the world, from coyote and deer, to one record in 2004 of an eagle taking a brown bear cub.” The scientists underscore that golden eagles do …
VIDEO: A remote camera that was set up in a Siberian forest intending to get a look at tigers caught something even …
The video shows a deer fawn in the water near the shore ... The department released a study in 2012 that found one occasion of a bald eagle attacking a fawn. The three-year study found that coyotes were most likely to prey on fawns.