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Synonyms for golden eagle

large eagle of mountainous regions of the northern hemisphere having a golden-brown head and neck

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Feral pigs facilitate hyperpredation by golden eagles and indirectly cause the decline of the island fox.
Poisoning, electrocution, and illegal shooting also take their toll on Golden Eagles.
Q: Why do Indian groups like the Magnolias, the Tchoupitoulas and the Golden Eagles sound similar but tell different stories?
Actually, the combination of all five is what makes the syncopated sound of Mardis Gras Indian gangs like the Wild Magnolias, the Wild Tchoupitoulas and Joseph Pierre ``Monk'' Boudreaux's Golden Eagles revered all over.
Mr Dick said: "These three birds were all found poisoned in areas traditionally good for golden eagles.
Dave Dick, senior investigations officer for the RSPB Scotland, said: "There is no question that these crimes have been particularly targeted at golden eagles.
Although Game and Fish Division wildlife biologists and technicians have been releasing golden eagles for nine years now, this is the first time one has ever returned to nest here in Georgia," said Program Director Terry Johnson of the Nongame-Endangered Wildlife Fund.
The Nongame Program will continue with its goal of restoring these majestic birds of prey to Georgia this spring and summer as more golden eagles, bald eagles and peregrine falcons are released.
I've been going birding in Scotland for the last 10 years and I've seen quite a few golden eagles there," he said.
Britain has around 450 pairs of Golden Eagles in the wild, mostly in Scotland.
The Golden Eagle Awards were established in 1993 by Mountain Sports Media to recognize and encourage the environmental achievements of ski areas and resorts.
Telluride Ski & Golf Company, which has matured into a strong environmental steward and has completed what is arguably North America's most environmentally sensitive ski area expansion, has been awarded the 2002 Golden Eagle Award for overall environmental excellence.
We are proud to be such a long-standing partner and thank Golden Eagle for trusting us with their business for 40 years," said Robert Sanchez, President of Global Fleet Management Solutions for Ryder.
We are always looking for ways to reduce our carbon footprint, and with diesel fuel prices continuing to rise, the timing was right to convert our Tucson fleet to natural gas vehicles," said Christopher Clements, CEO, Golden Eagle Distributors, Inc.
Golden Eagle provides logistics services and international air and ocean freight forwarding for shipments between the United States and Europe, the Middle East and Far East and from the United States to Central and South America and the Caribbean.