Bald eagles are absolutely magnificent. Needless to say, bald eagles are a really rare sight. In the world, the largest population of bald eagles can be seen in Unalaska, Alaska. The amount of people living there is less than 5000. Also, it is home to over 600 bald eagles. Isn’t that incredible?
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Out of all the fishing spots in the region, Dutch Harbor is the largest one. Therefore, as expected, so many bald eagles gather here in order to get fed. The waters in this region contain an abundance of seafood. Therefore, fishermen that do fishing in this area always leave some fish behind for the flock of bald eagles to feed on.
One of the men in the harbor named Jesse Peck decided to give a load of shrimps to the hungry bald eagles. He wanted to share them with the eagles that kept waiting on a deck. Soon after Jesse began feeding them, more creatures joined the group.
After a little while, a huge flock of eagles gathered around, hoping to be fed by Jesse. Needless to say, thanks to the hungry eagles, Jesse’s bowl of shrimp was finished in no time. Sometimes, Jesse throws pieces of shrimp in the air and the majestic birds hurry to grab them.
You can easily spot many more eagles all over the harbor. Without a doubt, this is heaven for bird lovers. So, if you enjoyed this story, check out the pics and video above and share your thoughts with us in the comments.
Image credits: YouTube / Jesse Peck