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VIDEO: Bald Eagle Swoops in for an Afternoon Snack

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Some boaters were out enjoying a beautiful day on a lake in Vancouver, British Columbia, when they captured the moment a bald eagle swooped in for a quick bite on the boat. The moment was captured in one unbelievable slow motion shot as the bird grabbed what appears to be fresh fish off the downrigger.

We wouldn’t recommend any of readers in the USA give this a shot since feeding bald eagles in America is illegal under the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act.

For those that aren’t in the USA – attempting to hand-feed one of these guys is never a good idea, but downrigger-feeding looks like the way to go!

WAIT FOR IT ! The Crab Park Chowdery rest and relaxation trip was given a magical moment to treasure. WOW! Just WOW! Click on the HD button. Also share and like! Let's get this amazing bird out there for the world to see!"……..To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email hello@junglelicensing.com

Posted by Ashton Phillips on Friday, June 16, 2017

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