Through An Eagle’s Eyes: What Flying Really Looks Like (Video)

Now this is a bird’s eye view. Watch the beautiful grassy mountainsides and blue skies drift by just as an eagle sees them: from up above, during flight. This amazing perspective will give you a completely new view of nature — and the world.

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Kamia T.
Kamia T.10 months ago

I used to love documentary videos like this, but since learning how much damage can be done to the animals to get the scenes -- especially on shows on Animal Planet, etc., I no longer "love" them any more.

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dee j.1 years ago

I loved the video as well, but I would also like to see the working behind the scenes as to how did they get this bird, how was he chosen, trained, and handled for the fitting of the camera. those the simple tricks the circus animals are trained to do, look great to the public, but the training to the animal is actually very cruel. the horses in your rodeos, their riders train them with a method called "tying a horse’s head around", which is where the owner takes the bridle and bit, turns the horse heads so he's looking backwards toward his rump. and ties the bridal to the saddle and leaves the horse tied up that way for hours with the bit biting into his lip. this is to train the horse to turn quickly at the slight pull on the reins
my point being, what looks great, and innocent on the surface may not be what is going on behind the curtain

Gloria picchetti
Gloria picchetti1 years ago

It's part of the PBS show Earthflight. I loved this series.

Camilla Vaga
Camilla Vaga2 years ago


Charlene Rush
Charlene Rush2 years ago

Don't you just wish that, at certain times, you could do exactly what this eagle does?
In fact, I often dream I can fly, recognizing that a therapist may suggest that I'm trying to escape something or someone.
'DUH! Ya think', as Gibbs (Mark Harmon) would say.

A F.
A F.2 years ago

Neat, thanks!

Anna Undebeck
Anna Undebeck2 years ago

Wonderful to see :) Thanks!

Wim Zunnebeld
Wim Zunnebeld2 years ago


Carolanne Powell
Carolanne Powell2 years ago


Lynnl C.
Lynn C.2 years ago