Tuesday, 12 November 2019

Victor, a nine year old white-tailed eagle equipped with a 360 camera, flies over glaciers and mountains in Chamonix, France, during a preparation flight of the Alpine Eagle Race, an event aiming at raising awareness on global warming, in this still image taken from a video released to Reuters on October 8, 2019. Victor, a nine-year old white-tailed eagle, set off this week on a mission to raise awareness of climate change in the Alps, which have already been hard hit by the rise in global temperatures. Eagle Wings Foundation/Chopard/Handout via REUTERS

Victor, a nine year old white-tailed eagle equipped with a 360 camera, flies over glaciers and mountains from the Plan de l'Aiguille back to Chamonix during a media preview of the Alpine Eagle Race, an event aiming at raising awareness to global warming through a collaboration through the eyes of the eagle, a photographer and a scientist, in Chamonix, France October 8, 2019. Victor is part of the Alpine Eagle Race project, which aims to raise awareness of melting glaciers and other effects of global warming through the combined eyes of the eagle, a photographer and a scientist. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

Victor, a nine year old white-tailed eagle equipped with a 360 camera, flies over glaciers and mountains from the Plan de l'Aiguille back to Chamonix during a media preview of the Alpine Eagle Race, an event aiming at raising awareness to global warming through a collaboration through the eyes of the eagle, a photographer and a scientist, in Chamonix, France October 8, 2019. White-tailed eagles are Europe's biggest eagle. While they are ranked as "least concern" on a list of endangered species drawn up by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, they are now sparse in western Europe. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

Victor, a nine year old white-tailed eagle equipped with a 360 camera, flies over glaciers and mountains from the Plan de l'Aiguille back to Chamonix during a media preview of the Alpine Eagle Race, an event aiming at raising awareness to global warming through a collaboration through the eyes of the eagle, a photographer and a scientist, in Chamonix, France October 8, 2019. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

Falconer Eva Meyrier holds Victor, a nine year old white-tailed eagle equipped with a 360 camera, before a flight over glaciers and mountains from the Plan de l'Aiguille back to Chamonix during a media preview of the Alpine Eagle Race, an event aiming at raising awareness to global warming through a collaboration through the eyes of the eagle, a photographer and a scientist, in Chamonix, France October 8, 2019. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

Falconers Eva Meyrier and Jacques Olivier Travers prepare Victor, a nine year old white-tailed eagle equipped with a 360 camera, before a flight over glaciers and mountains from the Plan de l'Aiguille back to Chamonix during a media preview of the Alpine Eagle Race, an event aiming at raising awareness to global warming through a collaboration through the eyes of the eagle, a photographer and a scientist, in Chamonix, France October 8, 2019. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse