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What Is An Eagle's Nest Called?

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The eagle's nest is called an Eyrie and is built in tall tress or on the top of cliffs. The nests can be as large as 10 feet in diameter and weigh as much as 2000 pounds in weight.

Eagles are very large birds of prey and live mainly in North America, South America, Australia and the Philippines. There are only two different species ~ the Bald Eagle and the Golden Eagle.

They are members of the bird order Falconiformes. Eagles are differentiated from other broad-winged birds of prey by their larger size and more powerful build. Even the smallest eagle is huge compared to something like a Buzzard or a Hawk and because of their larger wing span, they are faster in flight.

Like other birds of prey, the eagle has very powerful talons and beaks. Their prey consists of smaller creatures such as mice, rats, other smaller birds, lizards and snakes.
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An aerie.
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Aerie
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It's called a bastion. It can be as large as 6 metres in diameter and weigh as much as 17 metric tonnes. Eagles, raptors, have a penchant for doner kebabs and brown ale. They will prey on elderly and intoxicated humans and their pets.

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