When a bald eagle tangled unexpectedly with a government drone last month in Michigan, it won, emerging from the scene unscathed. Officials say it is somewhere in Lake Michigan. The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy disclosed the attack on Thursday, almost one month after the eagle sent the $950 drone into the Great Lake. The trouble began when Hunter King, an environmental quality analyst with the department, sent a drone over Michigan's Upper Peninsula to map shoreline erosion, the department said. Delta flight returns to Austin airport after striking what may have been birds or a drone, officials say His drone's reception started to sputter, so he commanded it to return home.