I was out working in the barns when I heard a ruckus going on. It sounded like the ravens, and they sounded pretty mad. I walked out of the barn and started towards the fuss, and I couldn't see what they were diving on, but it was something.
The last time that the ravens got this upset it was a bobcat that was traversing my property. I could see that this time it was an immature bald eagle or a golden eagle - not sure which. both of them are kind of brown from a distance. the bald eagles don't turn black with a white head until maturity.
a golden eagle. I've never seen one around here, and it's a pretty impressive bird. And it had caught a pretty impressive lunch! I made the identification because of the leg feathers. Bald eagles have different leg feathers even when immature.