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All eagles are big. But, the Bald Eagle is usually slightly bigger than a Golden. More importantly, the head and bill of a Bald is larger than a Golden. If you can see the bird in good light, Golden Eagle always has a tawny/golden nape (back of head).What are the Predators of the Golden Eagle?
As an apex predator, a healthy adult golden eagle has no natural predators, although grizzly bears and wolverines have been reported to kill nestlings. However, historically and in modern times, humans have posed the greatest threat to the birds' population. Found this off google.What are the natural enemies of the Golden Eagle?
Predators of the Golden Eagle Birds. The greatest threat to flamingos is other birds. ... Big Cats. Big cats have a history of hunting and eating flamingos when given the opportunity, especially when a large number of birds converge in one area. Land Predators. Land predators take advantage of low water levels to attack flamingos. ... Scavengers. ... ManIs the golden eagle a scavenger?
Golden Eagle. About the same size as the Bald Eagle, the Golden is less of a scavenger and more of a predator, regularly taking prey up to the size of foxes and cranes. The Golden Eagle was important to many Native American tribes, who admired the eagle's courage and strength, and who ascribed mystical powers to the bird and even to its feathers.