I'm going to make this short and sweet: Enthusiasts may have a good time piloting drones around the sky, but we're not the alpha predators up there.
"Eagle was fine — she was massive, and used talon's to 'punch' the drone out of the sky. Hung around overhead so I got a really good look," the video's description states. "Eagle's health was my main concern also."
When flying your drone, be sure to obey all the local laws, and pay attention to what else is up there.
"Do not fly drones near birds of prey, they clearly attack seeing you as a threat or the right sized dinner. This will cost you money and potentially harm to the bird. This one was fine ... the drone needed some attention before it could fly again."
The final bit of advice? Land if you see a bird of prey near your drone. "I have added this to my operating procedure," the video's description states.
If this doesn't brighten up your Wednesday? I'm all out of ideas.