The eagle also seemed fascinated by what he or she could see under the clear, frozen ice. It kept looking down at the ice, pivoting around, and tried to bounce on and break through the ice with its beak. Must have been a fish swimming near the top or frozen in the ice.
It also got into a bit of a fuss with a crow! At first there was one, then three crows walking around on the ice and looking at the same clear, frozen area. After the crows moved off, the bald eagle flew down and walked around on the ice and peered into the same area that the crows had been interested in.
The eagle walked and hopped around on the ice. He or she broke through a few times and had to fly its way back out of the water. I wonder if eagles can float or swim like ducks? It was really funny to watch this eagle move around on the ice – it seemed embarrassed when it broke through and had to awkwardly fly back up – but it kept coming back for more!
One of the crows came back and walked fairly close to the eagle. The eagle and the crow watched each other — the crow flew at the eagle then the eagle flew after the crow!