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Golden Eagle is a type of Friend that appeared in the original Kemono Friends mobile game.
The old design of Golden Eagle has medium-length brown hair, with her central bang colored yellow to represent a beak. She has pale skin and amber eyes. She wears a black Hussar-style uniform with gold braids and trim and light gray buttons and belt. She wears short blue shorts over light brown leggings that get lighter near the bottom, and has yellow shoes. The wings on top of her head are brown, with white near the middle of the feathers and dark brown at the tips. Her tail feathers are white with brown tips.
In Real Life
The Golden Eagle is a very large bird, with wingspans ranging from six to eight feet from wingtip to wingtip. Females typically weigh about 14 pounds while males weigh in at about 9 pounds on average. Fully-grown golden eagles are primarily golden brown in color, while chicks and juveniles have darker plumage with bands of nearly white on their wings and tail.
Golden Eagles typically hunt for food during daylight hours and require about 0.5 pounds of food per day, although they can go multiple days in a row without food before eating 2 or 3 pounds in one meal. They have been recorded as eating over 400 different species of vertebrate prey, with their most common prey being rabbits, hares, ground squirrels, and smaller birds. Rarely Golden Eagles have been seen to prey on larger animals like sheep, deer, wolves, foxes, and wildcats.
Golden Eagles are typically monogamous, mating for several years to life in most cases. Typically mating season is in the spring and females lay four eggs on average, which incubate for six weeks. Typically only about half of eggs laid survive to begin fledging at about three months old. By the fall of the year they were hatched young eagles will leave the nest and wander for four or five years before settling in a territory of their own. Golden Eagles have a large territory of up to 75 or 80 square miles, with nests typically being built in high places, particularly on cliffs.
- They are very popular birds in falconry, with recorded cases of Eurasian Golden Eagles killing prey as large as Gray Wolves.
- Golden Eagles are the most widely distributed species of eagle in the world.
- Golden Eagles are one of the many birds of prey listed on the USA Federal Registrar for the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 (Updated in 2020)