Golden Eagle

About the Golden Eagle
Golden Eagle

Golden Eagles live across the entire Northern Hemisphere and are one of the best known birds of prey. They have very good eyesight and can spot prey from a long distance. There has been a noticable declines in Golden Eagle populations, especially across Europe. The main threat is habitat destruction. Food poisonings were also common, but these have declined in recent years thanks to tighter regulations on polution. On a global scale the Golden Eagle is not considered threatened by the IUCN mainly thanks to its large Asian and American populations.

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