This is a short video of a hawk attacking a quadrocopter and crashing it. It brought me great joy -- like watching a frienemy fail to achieve. I'm just happy to know that when the time comes, I can count on the support of my avian friends to help keep the skies free of autonomous government spy drones. It's like, if I want to masturbate in the privacy of my own backyard, I should be able to without being spied on. It's called a privacy fence for a reason, you know. "That's chain link." WHATEVER.
Keep going for the video, then get out there and down some drones yourself.
Thanks asdfasdfasdf, who agrees having a bird of prey trained to attack things on command would be pretty sweet. Especially if it were 40-feet long and a dragon instead of a bird.