Some viewers were disturbed that the image was caught on camera, but Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania spokeswoman Rachel Handel tells the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that the feeding behavior was perfectly normal.
She also wrote on Facebook that “the eagles bring squirrels, rabbits, fish (and other animals) into the nest to eat multiple times each day.” Handel says the group couldn’t determine if the cat was a pet or feral.
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A live web cam in a bald eagle’s nest in Hays, Pennsylvania, captured the reality of the natural world for all to see on Tuesday afternoon.
Maybe people just want to travel virtually from the confines of their work cubicles and be pretty much anywhere than where they currently are, at work.
Hey, if you cant actually be in one of the most beautiful mountain towns in the world, you can at least travel their by wi-fi and hang out for the day and wait for something to happen, and anything presumably can or could happen, since itt really happening (as of yet).
-- An internal investigation is underway after video of an encounter between a young adult and officers was caught on camera.The Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania has two “eagle cams,” on in Hays and another in Harmer.Follow @Nebulous Nikki A selection of guns seized from American visitors by the Canada Border Services Agency at the Coutts, Alta., border crossing are shown in this recent handout photo.Or, maybe people think the arch is some time travel portal as they see people enter but never return.Whatever is going on, if you start looking for things you are bound to find them and red trucks are sure in abundance in Jackson to the viewers delight.The video doesn't show the entire situation, but it does appear to show a struggle between the woman and police before ending in blood.