Bald eagle attacks $950 drone, sends it to bottom of Lake Michigan
In a battle between nature and technology. It was Eagle one, environmental drone zero correspondent Pam Culture, Sensing a foe or pray, perhaps a bald eagle launched an aerial attack on a drone that was being used to map shoreline erosion near Escanaba in Michigan's Upper peninsula. It was being operated by the state Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy. Ironically, known as Eagle Drone, pilot Hunter King says the satellite reception became spotting the eagle ripped off a propeller and sent the craft in the lake Michigan. Birdwatchers say the eagle flew away, apparently unhurt.