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Yep birds are territorial and will attack any invader, I've seen a few quads taken down by birds in the years I've been flying.
 
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Yep birds are territorial and will attack any invader, I've seen a few quads taken down by birds in the years I've been flying.
By a bird of prey I presume... I doubt anything smaller than a hawk will take down a Mavic
 
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By a bird of prey I presume... I doubt anything smaller than a hawk will take down a Mavic

Actually any bird is capable enough, it only takes a few to swarm the quad and for one to hit a prop and its down you go.
 
The Mavic is a bit more robust than that tho... A hit on a prop is certainly not enough to bring it down (not like I'm speaking from experience or anything *cough cough*)
I'm willing to think the hit will have to break an arm for the Mavic to come crashing down.

A prop hit will just cause it to loose a few feet and expertly recover as long as it's high enough and the thing doing the hitting stops. (in the case of a small bird i.e a swift,..... Well RIP Mr Swift)
 
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By a bird of prey I presume... I doubt anything smaller than a hawk will take down a Mavic
Something a lot smaller can take out a prop ... and quads are not good at flying with three.
 
I had baby seagulls chasing me yesterday while on local beach....as ive the Alpine White Mavic, they must have thought i was mummy haha
 

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