Golden Eagle

Golden Eagle
Classification(s) : Predator
Cat Name : Eagle
Common Name : Golden Eagle
Scientific Name : Aquila chrysaetos
Other Name(s) :
Physical Description :

Very large dark brown eagle with a golden sheen, long heavy wings, a large hooked bill and leg feathers descend all the way to their sharp talons. Females are larger than males and immature eagles often have white on their wings.

Physical Statistics :

Length: 70-84 cm (28-33 in)
Wingspan: 185-220 cm (73-87 in)
Weight: 3000-6125 g (105.9-216.21 ounces)

Behavior :

The golden eagle generally prefers open areas, especially in hilly or mountainous areas but prefers to nest on cliffs or in trees. They prey on anything from the size of prairie dogs and rabbits to lambs.

Social Organization :

Solitary or breeding pairs and their chicks.

Approval Level : Mod; Approval is needed for attacks by Golden Eagles on cats because if an eagle attacks, it means that the eagles are having trouble finding food and multiple attacks could be expected.
Danger Level : High (All clan members are vulnerable);

an eagle can easily carry off a full grown cat.