Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Golden Eagle

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The golden Eagle is a magnificence a bird and a well known bird to American people.They are a migratory birds. Male birds weigh less than female birds.They also belong to the Accipitridae family.

Golden Eagle birds can see three times better than humans so that when they are flying high in the sky so they can see their prey.  They eat rabbits,marmots and ground squirrel They also eat carrion,reptiles,birds and fish.

Golden eagles are migratory birds.Some golden eagles migrate in autumn. Most golden eagles are born in Mexico. They migrate to North America and only fly as far as Alaska. Only some golden eagles live in Asia.

All golden eagles glide instead of flapping their wings. They take off by flapping their wings. When they want to catch their prey they glide to it and use their sharp talons to snatch it.
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There talons are used to capture their prey and kill them.Sometimes they use there talons to pick up and throw animals off the cliff.Also one Golden Eagle picked up a 2 year old baby and almost took off with it.
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The Golden Eagles are territorial birds most of their home are in San Diego and California.When they see an animal that is not a Golden Eagle they would go and eat it because the Golden Eagles think that they are trespassing.

Golden Eagles don’t have enemies but they do have threats such as humans,Humans do nothing to the Golden Eagles but they do when the Golden Eagle attacks because the Golden Eagle think that humans are there food.

1 comment:

  1. Good morning Jericho!

    I really enjoyed reading your post about the Golden Eagle. I had no idea that they were primarily born in Mexico and then migrated northwards to settle in the United States and Canada. I love learning new things about the world!

    If you are interested in learning more about the world, please consider joining our Summer Learning Journey programme this year. It's a free blogging programme for all Panmure Bridge students that includes 60 different activities. Each activity is worth points. I'll read all of your activity posts and add up your points. At the end of the summer I'll come to Panmure Bridge school to hand out prizes and certificates to the participants!

    I hope that you'll consider joining the journey this year. To join, simply hop onto the Summer Learning Journey website, click on the 'Weekly Activities' tab, choose an activity and post a blog about it.

    Lots of PBS students are already participating. I hope that you'll join in! The programme runs until Friday 27 January.