The golden eagle is one of the best known birds of prey in the Northern Hemisphere. They are mostly dark brown with golden brown plumage on their napes. They use their elite hunting skills like agility and speed combined with talons and claws to hunt their prey which consists of hares, rabbits, marmots, and other ground squirrels.
Female golden eagles can lay up to four eggs at a time and then she incubates them for six months until they are ready to hatch.
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