This video from the USA says about itself:
Golden Eagle Flying Through Snow
27 Nov 2013
A female golden eagle flies from her rocky perch as an early season snowfall blankets Wyoming’ssagebrush steppe.
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA writes about this:
A Quiet Moment in the Snow—With a Very Large Eagle
Our Multimedia program is working on a documentary about the great sagebrush ecosystems of the American West. Tying together the many strands of that story is one of the region’s top predators, the Golden Eagle. On a filming expedition last fall, as a morning snowstorm descended on the gray-green plains of Wyoming, we captured a brief moment with one of these majestic predators.
January 2014: wildlife cameraman and natural history presenter, Gordon Buchanan will talk to the Holyrood Petitions Committee about getting the golden eagle adopted as Scotland’s national bird: here.
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