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When someone thinks of birds of prey, the image that they have in their head is undoubtedly an eagle. These magnificent predators are a typical bird of prey. Eagles have wide square wings, which they use with great effect, making them one of the most spectacular flyers of all bird species.

Eagles can fly for hours and travel vast distances without much effort. Although they do not possess the agility and explosive speed of hawks or the speed of falcons, they are fantastic hunters and extremely powerful. Their talons can have a huge crushing power, and their beaks are designed to slice through flesh like butter.

The bald eagle is a symbol of America, and the golden eagle is also one of the most recognizable and famous birds of prey in the animal kingdom. Eagles are found on almost all continents in the world and have adapted to different places and ecosystems. The prey of eagles in the wild is very dependent on the geographic region in which they are located and on prey available at any time of the year. Eagles, however, were recorded, taking a huge variety of prey, including a large number of mammals, reptiles, fish, amphibians, and birds, including other raptors and owls.

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All over the world these magnificent predators are respected and revered. Many experienced falconers rule the golden eagle around the world; they fly on a wide variety of prey, including rabbits, hares, foxes, wolves and deer. Eagles is harder to train than a buteo in falconry, and they are usually stubborn and capricious. However, they can be wonderful companions and can live a long time giving the relationship between the falconer and his eagle in order to develop and grow into a great hunting partnership.

Other eagles often fly (but are not necessarily used for hunting) in falconry; Bald eagles, short-toed eagles, Indian Tawny eagles, steppe eagles, African black eagles, imperial eagles, African hawk eagles and crowned hawk eagles. There is a danger associated with training the eagle, the Eagle family is usually very large and powerful birds, and in combination with the fact that sometimes they can be very moody, this can lead to very serious injuries.

None of those who have experience in falconry should consider the eagle as the first bird. Many years of experience are absolutely necessary for this genus.

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