People who live in the small Alaskan town have their reservations about the number of bald eagles there. They say just being outside with the eagles adds an extra layer of concern. Everyday routines, such as your daily trip to the post office, can be interrupted by nesting bald eagles.
"When they're involved in your daily life, they can make running errands or your work really difficult."
Now, area police have a warning for the town's residents. As the birds are incredibly territorial, public safety officials feel they have to keep residents of Unalaska safe. From the senior center, to Unalaska's city landfill, to nearby Dutch Harbor, bald eagles are present in every aspect of life.
The eagles are always on the lookout for food, which is a major part as to why there are so many in Unalaska. The small town has an abundance of small fish from the bay, and there is always something to pick up at the Unalaska landfill.