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Golden eagles 5

  1. 1. Golden EaglesBy Logan
  2. 2. Table of Contents3 What’s a Golden Eagle?4 Where do Golden Eagles live?6 What do they look like?8 How is parenting?9 What do they eat?10 Cool facts11 Glossary12 index13 about the author14 bibliography
  3. 3. What’s a Golden Eagle? A Golden Eagle is a powerful bird. It can fly very well. In this book, I will tell you about the Golden Eagle.
  4. 4. Where do Golden Eagles live? The Golden Eagle lives in Europe, North America, Asia, Alaska and Mexico. They live in high places such as mountains and telephone poles.
  5. 5. The yellow is were Golden Eagleslive.
  6. 6. What do Golden Eagles look like?The Golden Eagles are dark brown with lighter golden brownon the head. The Golden Eagle weighs from 6 to 15 pounds.The Golden Eagles wing span goes up to 6 feet and 2 inches.
  7. 7. This is the size of a Golden Eaglestalons.
  8. 8. How is parenting?Golden Eagles stay with their parent for 45 days. In the 45days, they learn to hunt and survive. Golden eagles mate forseveral years. Golden Eagles lay one to four eggs. A pair ofGolden Eagles will stay together for life.
  9. 9. What does it eat?The Golden Eagle uses its speed, agility and talons to catch itsfood. Golden Eagles eat rabbits, marmots, squirrels, fox,young ungulates, carrion, bird, swans, cranes and grey wolves.Golden Eagles often hunt in pairs and they trap there prey soit has no wear to run.
  10. 10. Cool facts.The Golden Eagle is Mexico’s national bird. The Golden Eaglecan quarry at speeds of more than 150 to 241 kilometers perhour. Golden Eagles are illegal to kill. Golden Eagles havebetter vision then a human but are the same eyesight as thehuman in the dark. Golden eagles have clear eye lids toprotect its eyes from dust and dirt.
  11. 11. GlossaryIllegal (ill-eg-ool)means that you can’t do something or you will go to jailPrey (pr-ay) means that it hunts itQuarry (qu-ar-ry) means to fly
  12. 12. IndexFood 9How the look 6Parenting 8Were they live 4
  13. 13. About the authorI am nine years old when writing this book. I am writing this foran assignment in 3rd grade. I chose the Golden Eagle for theassignment because of how strong, fast and how big the talonsare. I live in Alabama. I go to Shades Mountain ElementarySchool.
  14. 14. Bibliography• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_Eagle• http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/birds/golden- eagle/• http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Golden_Eagle/lifehistory

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