White-tailed eagle by watching ravens behavior may determine the location of the food. This is a third winter’s eagle. It shall investigate and verify security of the location. Jay uses absence of the eagle and lands on the carrion. It does not let opportunities pass to feast on the fallen animal. The eagle returns. It is very attentive when arriving at carrion the first time. The eagle can eat much meat at once, so eat less frequently than small birds and afford scouting for longer period of time.