I was working inside the lodge this summer, with the windows open, when I heard Eagles screeching outside. I looked out to see two Bald Eagles. One Baldy was sitting on a carcass 150 yards away, while the other Baldy was waiting just a few feet away. An hour or so later, I heard the Eagles screeching again. Looking out, I spotted a Golden coming in to kick off the Bald that was sitting on the carcass. The Golden dominated for the next 45 minutes when I heard screeching yet again. This time another Baldy was circling down and I could tell he meant business. This Baldy kicked off the Golden. The photos below show the last Baldy coming in to take over. All in all, this back and forth struggle lasted about 4 hours.