Eagle Smallest - webcam
The smallest eagle - description
The nest is located in the Spanish National Park Sierra de Guadarrama.
The smallest eagle is a small to medium sized predator of the hawk family, reaching the size of a forest hawk.
It differs from the buzzard by, among other things, six (five for a buzzard) finger-shaped hand squadrons. Adult birds come in two color variants - dark and light. Birds of dark form have a dark brown base of the body with a rusty tinge and in flight lighter inner hand squadrons. Birds of light form have a white body base, contrasting with black squadrons. Above are birds of both forms brown, with light brown large rafters, a whitish skeleton, a small white spot on the front edge of the wings at the head and a few light feathers on the shoulder blades. It nests in forests with areas of open landscape, it rarely flies to the Czech Republic.
In 2017, the first in the world managed to successfully breed this captive in the Liberec Zoo.
The smallest eagle - live