What is the biggest eagle?

The Golden eagle is the biggest one.

Golden eagles are found in many areas of North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. They can reach up to 3 feet tall and weigh about 14 pounds. The wingspan for this bird can be anywhere from 6 to 7.5 feet long! While they mainly eat rabbits, hares, small deer, and carrion, these birds can also prey on humans as well as other animals if the situation is right.

The golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) is a bird of prey species belonging to the Accipitridae family. It is also known as the “booted eagle” or “golden imperial eagle”. Golden eagles are very large birds, with a maximum wingspan exceeding 2.3 m (7 feet). They are the fourth-heaviest living eagle in the world, behind only two larger tropical eagles – Philippine and Steller’s sea eagles.

The largest ‘taken’ by a golden eagle was a large male Himalayan blue sheep (Pseudois nayaur), which reportedly weighed 63 kg and measured 1.9m in length. Weight‎: ‎Up to 14 lbs (6.4 kg) Length‎: ‎Up to 3 ft 11 in (1.2 m) Wingspan‎: ‎61–90 cm (24–35 in) Clutch size‎: ‎1–3 eggs Golden eagles are found in many areas of North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. They can reach up to 3 feet tall and weigh about 14 pounds. The wingspan for this bird can be anywhere from 6 to 7.5 feet long! While they mainly eat rabbits, hares, small deer, and carrion, these birds can also prey on humans as well as other animals if the situation is right.

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