Eagle Sagittarius - webcam from Estonia
Bald Eagle - description
Eagle blooming is a medium sized predator of the hawk family.
It is widespread mainly in Europe and Asia, it also winter in Africa.
They live with rodents, reptiles, amphibians and birds.
They mostly nest individually, usually at the nesting site they are back in pairs. Nest usually builds on trees, but nesting is also known
on the ground or on the rock. Annually, there is one 2 (1-3) batch of whitish or yellowish, dark spotted eggs measuring 62,9 x 50,7 mm. Their incubation takes 38-40 days, mostly suited to females, briefly rotated by male when fed. The youngsters are hatched
in the 3-4 days interval, and are fed exclusively by the male that the male is feeding. Nests leave at the age of 8 weeks, and sexual maturity probably reaches 4. year of life. It is very often that a stronger young one kills the weaker and is then bred by itself.
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Bald Eagle - live