Aquila chrysaetos prefiere presas de una masa corporal de entre 0.5 y 5 kg (Schweiger et al., 2014), consume especies de menor tamano y en ausencia de estas, puede mostrar habitos carroneros (Moss, 2011).
En 2012, el Fondo Mexicano para la conservacion de la Naturaleza (FMCN) publico un documento titulado Programa de Recuperacion de las Poblaciones de aguila real (Aquila chrysaetos canadensis) y su habitat en Mexico.
Predators as prey at a golden eagle Aquila chrysaetos
eyrie in Mongolia.
Key words: Heterotopic ossification, gunshot, avian, golden eagle, Aquila chrysaetos
An immature golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) from the Zagros mountains of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, Iran, was referred to the Surgery and Radiology Department of the Veterinary Teaching Clinic of Shahrekord University with a history of a gun pellet in the right wing for 2 months.
Parental infanticide followed by cannibalism in Golden Eagles (Aquila chrysaetos
Key words: skin disease, Micnemidocoptes derooi, ectoparasite, parasite, mite, raptor, bird, avian, golden eagle, Aquila chrysaetos
Key words: Aquila chrysaetos
, Columbia Basin, diet, Golden Eagle, nesting, prey remains, Washington
Abstract: A 5-year-old, female golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos
) was admitted with tetraplegia that progressed to a nonambulatory, spastic tetraparesis after a few days of treatment.
A Japanese golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos
japonica) was found dead in Nagano Prefecture, Japan, and was subjected to necropsy.
Key words: lead poisoning, coyote, bullet fragmentation, hunting ammunition, blood lead levels, inland Pacific Northwest, avian, bald eagle, Haliaeetus leucocephalus, golden eagle, Aquila chrysaetos
, California condor, Gymnogyps californianus
Abstract: A juvenile golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos
) was presented with proliferative epithelial lesions, consistent with avian poxvirus infection, around the eyes, on commissures of the beak, and on both feet.