Golden Eagles get their name from the golden colored feathers on the back of their heads.
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[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] Learn how these raptors hunt, where they prefer to nest, what their eggs look like, and how they fly. From the Carolina Raptor Center.
[ Kids/Teens ] The Hawk and Owl Trust tells how many of these raptors exist in the United Kingdom, how big they are, their habitat, and what they eat.
[ Kids/Teens ] Learn, from The Peregrine Fund, where this booted eagle lives, when they migrate, what they eat, and interesting facts. See photos and take a quiz.
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