The eagle owl is the most powerful nocturnal bird of prey of the Iberian Peninsula. Its great scope and versatility allows it to hunt innumerable species and move silently in diverse ecosystems.
At night there are an infinite number of animals that meander under the Iberian nights; all of them working under the same premise: to eat without being eaten.
Little owls, toads, frogs, foxes, wild boars, deer, wolves and an endless of species have adapted their senses to move through the darkness.
The eagle owl keeps the same mate during their whole life and makes its nest in strategically placed cliffs to control its prey and potential predators.
With special infrared hidden cameras, we will follow the evolution of an eagle owl’s nest, to witness its behaviour in the most absolute intimacy and with high-speed cameras we will discover the secrets of the stealth hunting flight of the absolute lord of the night.