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First, the Golden Eagle is a species of bird in the Accipitridae family. It is a dark brown raptor, with more golden-brown plumage on the head and neck. The golden eagle uses its agility, speed and extremely powerful talons to catch its prey: rabbits, groundhogs, squirrels, and large mammals such as foxes, wild and domestic cats, young mountain goats, young ibexes, and young deer. It also consumes carrion, if prey is scarce, as well as reptiles. Birds, including large species such as swans or cranes, crows and black-backed gulls have all been noted as potential prey.
The golden eagle defends a territory of up to 155 square kilometers. It is monogamous and a couple can stay together for several years or even for life. They nest at high altitudes, in cliffs, trees or on human structures such as telephone poles. They build huge nests to which they can return for several years. Females lay one to four eggs, and both parents incubate them for 40 to 45 days. Often only one or two young survive until fledging, at about three months of age. Once having a widespread Holarctic distribution, it has disappeared from many of the more densely populated areas. Although locally extinct or rare, the species is still fairly common in Eurasia, North America, and parts of Africa. The species has its highest nesting density in southern Alameda County, California.
The Eurasian subspecies is used to hunt and kill wolves in many native communities, where the bird is viewed with great mysticism. This eagle has been protected in several countries since the 1970s.
*Text from vikidia.org
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