Although considered stable, the Golden Eagle population is thought to be declining.
The Golden Eagle prefers to make its home in open, mountainous areas. You can find their nests in foothills, plains, and open country as well. They require open terrain for hunting and thus are most commonly found in these areas.
Because of their preference towards hunting in open terrain, you’ll find Golden Eagles feasting on small animals that make their homes there as well. Rodents, small mammals, snakes, and fish are all regular parts of an eagle diet.
Golden Eagles are dark brown in color with the characteristic eagle wing silhouette. Their sharp talons help them to catch prey.