One of America’s greatest symbols, the majestic bald eagle is an unusual view. However, if you live in one of one of the most populated areas of the globe for bald eagles, points are a little different. Although the populace is less than 5,000, Unalaska, Alaska, has nearly 600 bald eagles.
Dutch Harbor is the biggest angling area in the area, perhaps in the world, so it’s no wonder bald eagles group here for food. This sea is extremely rich in seafood, so fishermen constantly leave something for the big birds. However, one man in particular made a viral video showing him feeding an eagle.
A guy named Jesse Peck had actually picked up a bowl of shrimp and was about to share it with the bald eagles on the deck. But as he started feeding the majestic birds, more and more birds joined. The outcome is a very excellent view for all bird fans. Like a feeding frenzy, a big group of vultures immediately ate a bowl of Peck’s shrimp. At some time, a person throws a few fragments right into the air, and majestic birds group to it.
However that’s not all. Shortly after feeding, Peck grabbed a camera and showed him that there were even more eagles throughout the harbor. The video clip came to be a hot topic with over 8 million views! “Another day in Alaska,” Peck captioned the photo. You can watch this incredible moment listed below.