Eagles have been admired the world over as living symbols of power, freedom, and transcendence. Eagles are some of the largest birds who fly alone at very high altitudes. They are apex predators at the summit of the food chain and eat fresh prey. Eagles have fantastic eyesight, accurate vision and can detect prey miles away. The Eagles fly above the storms. The storm wind lifts eagles higher and once a certain height is achieved, Eagles glide and rest on their wings.
When an Eagle grows old, its feather get heavier, and the beak gets bent and talons don’t stay as sharp as they were. The Eagle then makes a critical decision. To survive, it goes to the top of the mountain and hits its beak against a rock till it goes out, plucks out its feathers completely and removes talon. The Eagle then waits for all the three to grow back and then flies to occupy the space again in the sky.
Eagles are monogamous, so generally, mate for life and have strong site fidelity.