The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission posted a Facebook video of two bald eagles beginning nesting season with an epic battle.
The two birds engaged in an air battle before they took the wrestling match to the ground.
According to the FWC, the birds remained in a standoff, locked talon-to-talon, for about two to three hours.
This bald eagle match took place at a golf course in Belle Glade.
Nesting season began Oct. 1, and the FWC said the territorial animals will fight until the end to protect their nests.
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