Give a Bald Eagle a fish and you feed him for a day. Wait, that’s not how the adage goes. (Fox News)
Nicholas Batchelder was ice fishing in Windham, Maine, on Jan. 11 with some friends when a bald eagle swooped down and helped himself to a meal.
Batchelder and his friends had made their first catch – a small perch – while fishing on Little Sebago Lake when they saw the bald eagle eyeing them from up above, News Center Maine reported.
Quickly, Batchelder set up his GoPro camera and set the perch out on the snow to entice the eagle to come closer.
The three friends backed away from the fish, and the eagle flew down and made off with the fresh catch.
The video has received over 8,000 shares.
(Video H/T YouTube)
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