We came upon this scene on a Seattle area beach . . . a small stretch of private community beach where we have a pass.
Planted on the pebbles, way far away, too far for my 70-300mm lens, we watched as this Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) wrangled with a second eagle, a group of crows, and a vortex of gulls overhead, all looking for a freebie from the eagle’s fish.
The bird intruders annoyed the eagle enough that it took off with its fish. Gulls grabbed what was left until the second eagle, waiting in a nearby tree, swooped in and flushed the gulls, then grabbed the remaining chunk.
The fish pictured here was long dead, in spite of the implied movement of the first few shots. The eagle was moving the fish to another spot when we showed up.