Saturday, February 1, 2014

Mexican Eagle

The Mexican Eagle is actually another name for the Golden Eagle, which lives mostly in the United States, not in Mexico. The source of the name is unknown. It is a bird of prey, and it is one of the most common types of eagles. It has a dark brown color, which also creates some confusion about its name. It might be the white feathers on the wings of this eagle. It feeds with small animals such as rabbits and rats. The Mexican Eagle is found of his birth territory, and it rarely relocates more than 200 kilometers away from its birthplace.

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