I have recently started to take video and photos of old bridges. The last few times that I have tried to photograph these old bridges, especially over water, I have been swarmed by what appears to be Peregrine Falcons. The swarms have been so thick, that I have abandoned my flights so that I would not harm any of these beautiful birds, and that I would not lose my Phantom 4. I went on-line and discovered this species feeds on other species of birds, and attacks by dive bombing its prey. From what I have read online, I’m going to have to wait until mid-July to resume my bridge photos. That is when the breeding season is over for this species. I am from southeast Texas and wonder if anyone else out there has experienced this recently.