Raw video: Illinois resident Brian Woolman spots birds of prey taking slow ride down the river.
A pair of bald eagles decided last month they were just going to take in the view and calmly float down the Mississippi River.
In a video recorded by Brian Woolman in December, the two eagles can be seen floating on ice heading down the river just outside the town of Gladstone.
Woolman, a nature enthusiast, frequently posts videos of wildlife in Illinois to his photography Facebook page, called Nature First.
His video of the Eagles shared on Facebook on Jan. 19 has since gone viral and racked up over a million views.
The video was taken at the Lock and Dam No. 18 near Gladstone, Ill., located on the upper part of the Mississippi River about 410 miles above the confluence of the Mississippi and Ohio rivers, according to the Army Corps of Engineers.
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