This video is such an interesting example of cooperation among adolescent eagles I had to show it again.
Young eagles, perhaps siblings, take turns to practice attacking a duck from the air in the Wisconsin Mississippi River Flyway. [Thanks to NPS and Rodney Cammauf for the eagle photo.]
The Mississippi and Rock Rivers are important flyways for migrating birds that winter and summer in Wisconsin. And they are wetlands for year-round species. The Rock River's Horicon National Wildlife Refuge, managed by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, is often referred to as the "Everglades of the North."
The 24/7 4-K Mississippi River Flyway LiveCam in Wisconsin, operated by the Raptor Resources Project, provides wonderful views and understanding of the creatures around us and spectacular seasonal landscapes