Trouble would just be the start of things, for sure. The American Bald Eagle, after nearly disappearing because of pollution 40 years ago, has made a comeback and because I live along the Mississippi River here in Saint Paul, can be seen flying in my skies. They are magnificent birds. While sitting outside on break at work a couple of weeks ago, we watched two young ones fly toward us, circle us a couple of times, then fly back where they came from. It's strange to realize that you might have been considered either a supper choice or just the half way pole during a training flight of your country's national symbol!
If I can make this boomerang work without beaning myself, my dog, or any neighborhood residents, I'll let you know!
Edited to add: After it happened one day, we were in the same spot at the same time the next day (on break) when the same two young eagles flew back for a repeat performance - which is why I'm leaning toward the half way pole theory. Again, they were so low, especially when they were circling, that we could see they were checking us out, moving their heads to keep us in sight. Of course, I didn't own a battle grade boomerang at that time, but if I had had it with me...
Edited by Sinistral1, 17 June 2014 - 11:30.