The majestic white-headed ogres are one of the symbols of America. In Alaska, the population is 1.5 million people, and the number of sea eagles living there is more than 500 individuals.
Dutch Harbor being a large shipping and fishing port attracts a large number of bald eagles. These birds come here to eat, since the rivers are rich in aquatic food and fishermen often leave the share of birds on the shore and they gladly accept “handouts”.
A clear proof of the large number of these birds in the area was a video published by Jesse Peck. The fisherman collected a large bowl of shrimp and decided to make a feast for the eagles that had gathered on the track.
A huge flock of birds attacked the bowl and emptied it. The shrimp feast was a success and the birds felt like they were in a restaurant.
The fisherman tossed pieces of shrimp and the eagles quickly fought for the “delicacy”.
Peck photographed a flock of birds gathered for lunch. Look how many white-headed eagles are here!