字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 The problem now is really not hunters. The laws are adequate on that score. But these invisible killers, these pesticides and pollutants, are poisoning the fish they eat, the water they drink, the air they soar through. it, s not easy protecting them, but we must. We have no choice. There are only 700 nesting pairs in the lower 48 states. in all, just 2,000 American bald eagles. That, s all that remain. Ladies and gentlemen, they must be saved. Thank you. Oh, shit. If there are any questions, Dr. Porter will be more than delighted to answer them. Yes? i was reading that- i understand they have a dramatic way of making love. Oh, shit. Uh, mating. Mating. Right. Yes. Uh, f rst they chase each other, uh, circling, dipping, twisting, screaming. Testing. And then? Then they come together, their talons locking. inseparable? For a short, very happy time, yes. can they fly that way? No, not together. They begin to fall, plunging and tumbling, down and down. It sounds dangerous. But thrilling. Huh? Wha - Yes. And then? Then when they, re very near the ground, About to be smashed? they separate, open their wings... and soar on the air currents. - Alone? - Each alone. That's the only way they can fly. And that's all there is? Unless they do it again. Uh, yes? What are you doing here, huh? What's so funny? I got a paper to run. Remember? This what you call keeping your word about not coming to the lecture? Huh? Howard. Don't "Howard" me, all right? Whose side are you on, huh? I'm over you completely, by the way. Me too- over you. Totally. Entirely.