An opportunity to capture pictures of scavengers on a carcass presented itself. I placed two cameras overlooking the carcass. I had hoped the bears would find this substantial food source. If not, maybe I would have pictures of coyotes or foxes. I had 65 videos, some as long as 4 minutes of ravens, a lot of ravens. It is gruesome and repetitive to watch ravens feast on a carcass. Finally, the eagles show up.
It is still gruesome to watch eagles on a carcass. But on the video, there was a surprise. A brave and reckless raven would tug on the tail feathers of the bald eagle. The raven was more persistent in harassing the juvenile bald eagle than an adult eagle. The only reaction from the eagles appeared to be flapping their wings resulting in a temporary scattering of the ravens.
I also had 7500 photos of ravens and eagles to review. Not one picture clearly shows a raven tugging on the tail feathers of an eagle. Game cam videos do provide glimpses of animal behavior hard to capture on a still camera. The down side, video uses your batteries and SD cards quickly. Both accessories need to be replaced often.