“High Anxiety at Eagle’s Nest Mountain’ @Bud Brown. – Retired in the Philippines. March 30, 2021

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We can’t see the drone. The battery’s almost empty. Tensions are high. Only Mister Brown’s nerves of steel can save the day.
High Anxiety at Eagle’s Nest Mountain @Bud Brown. – Retired in the Philippines. March 30, 2021
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  1. Great video Bud. Do you know what kind of Raptor the reddish bird was? I don’t know the Philippine birds very well, but I do know what the Philippines Eagle looks like.

  2. Bud, thank god you didn’t take one more step forward! And, what a pity the battery died.
    By the way, I understand the eagle’s nest is just 30 meters above where the Leprechaun lives. In fact, he might be the one who made the battery drain!

  3. Be be very careful Bud,those eagles are highly protected by the Philippine government.,if they are harassed in any way could land you in the Phillippine slammer!!!

  4. The first critter was a bug with the shape of the wings and legs hanging out to the side (the distance and size can be misleading). The second looked like a bat! Crazy. Love it when you give us drone videos bud. 👍

  5. That’s too much excitement! One of the things that amazes me about these drones is the very steady shots they deliver. It seems that they would be jostled by breezes, but they aren’t.

  6. There are no eagles on Negros Island. Only on Mindanao, Samar, Leyte and eastern Luzon. Their chest area and legs are white. Also they are very rare with a population of less than 500.

  7. Mr. Brown, good job. You brought that baby back. You’ll be much better next time around.
    Your friend did a great job helping you driving the Drone. Next time around you will be a pro. What a fun fun fun adventure. What a beautiful country side. Hello to Gloria.

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