Bald eagles in this city as pigeons in New York City
The top line of the tourist list, which is sent on a visit to Alaska, takes a desire to see bald eagles in the wild.
For the inhabitants of a small town called Unalaska, located in Alaska, these creatures, which are concentrated a huge amount, just as intrusive and harmful, as well as pigeons in New York or any other major city.
The locals do anything with feathered can not, as from 1940 the eagles are protected by the state.
In this case, unlike pigeons, bald eagles have a scalpel-like beak, and a much larger size, but also they are used to protect their nests and prey, if a stranger approaches them.
Therefore, residents who live in Unalaska and the adjacent territory, is nothing else to do, how to adapt to coexistence with these majestic birds.
To do this, for the most part, people have to stay away from the nests of eagles (although it is very difficult, because they are created in the immediate vicinity of the local post office) and try not to leave anything edible in their pickups, trucks and so on. E., But these birds do not look at the fact that the car belongs to a man, and quickly take possession of the products that are in it.