Presentation on theme: "Golden Eagle Aquila Chrysaetos By JJ Chavez. What makes a bird a bird of prey A bird of prey uses his claws to get food The golden eagle uses his claws."— Presentation transcript:
Diet Groundhogs Marmots Foxes Skunks cats Rabbits Grouse Ground squirrels Crows Pheasants Meadowlarks Tortoises Snake And many more
Hunting behaviors Golden eagle soar with the wings in a “V” shape They Glide after flapping 6 to 8 times The golden eagle's eye is almost as large as a human's, but its sharpness is at least four times that of a person with perfect vision. The eagle can probably identify a rabbit moving almost a mile away.
Life Span/Young 4 eggs are laid in 1 clutch Weigh up to 3 ounces Stays in nest for 9 to11 weeks
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