Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Police Watching One Suspect Carefully

Police Monitor Alleged Eagle Egg Poacher in Iceland (from Iceland Review_Online, May 2009)

At Molten Eagle, this came to mind first, then we rembered we had actuallt attributed poaching to a certain foreign celebrity who had been in Iceland within the past year, here Update: Poached Puffins.

Police have not released the foreignor's identity:

An individual of foreign origin, who has been spotted under dubious circumstances in the vicinity of a sea eagle nest in Borgarfjördur, west Iceland, is suspected of being an egg poacher and is being searched for by the police. The sea eagle is an endangered species.

After talking to the suspect, the bird watcher informed the police of his whereabouts. By the time police arrived at the scene, the man was gone, although he has not left the country.

The local population of sea eagle breeding pairs is considered endangered and estimated at 35-40 only.

We can safely rule out this guy, can't we?

Of course, we should!

Here's a combat tactic most of us never get to witness - Sea Eagle vs. Sea Eagle (time 1:15 of total time 2 minutes):

Mid Air Eagle battle...
At least Chef Ramsay is no submariner.
Submarines are always silent and strange.



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