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Golden Eagle

Golden Eagle

Introduction

Head-Body Length: 81 cm
Weight: 3-6 kg
Identification: The female golden eagle is larger than the male. The feathers are dark brown, the head and neck are amber and tan, and the wings are mottled with buff-white. The beak is black and the feet are yellow.
Habitat: Mountainous regions, plains
Diet: Carnivore: rabbits, rodents, foxes, minks, snakes, ground birds
Reproduction:Golden eagles breed in the late winter or early spring. Both parents incubate the two eggs for 44 days. The chicks are fledged by the time they are 11 weeks old. Life expectancy for these birds is 18 years in the wild and 40-45 years in captivity.
Behavior: Hunting is done from low altitudes with prey being grabbed from the ground.
Status: No special status

Interesting Facts: A breeding pair of golden eagles will need more than 270 kilograms of food per year.

Geographic: Western parts of Central North America
Europe
Western Asia
and Central Asia 
Date:1975-05 Subjects: Golden eagle
Golden eagle — Infancy
Aquila
Eagles
Accipitridae
Falconiformes
Birds
Vertebrates
Chordata
Birds of prey
Predatory animals

KEY FACTS

Name Golden Eagle
Origin North America, primarily in western U.S
Size Length: 66 – 100 cm Mass: Female: 3 – 7 kg, Male: 3.6 kg
Clutch Size 1-3 eggs
Life span 30 years
Reproduction Breeding pair
Colors Brown with Tawny

description of Golden Eagle

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scientific classification

Kingdom – Animalia
Phylum – Chordata
Class – Aves
Order – Falconiformes
Family – Accipitridae
Genus – Aquila
Genus Species – Aquila chrysaetos

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