American bald EAGLE against frozen waters of Chugach River, ALASKA. Haines, Alaska, is a spectacular hot spot for birders and photographers! Hop over to a travel article with more info and helpful links and tips! -- http://www.examiner.com/travel-in-national/go-photograph-eagles-haines-alaska
Typical golden eagle prey consists of hare-sized animals, Todd said. They can kill animals as large as a fox or a fawn. They also eat a lot of smaller birds. They have no natural predators of their own. Photo By: Dave Bonta
Golden Eagle. 'Among Animal Totems there were animals known as messengers or friends of humankind. Eagles were known as the messengers and prayers of the "Creator." The Creator was their god. This is why eagle feathers are so sacred to Native Americans.'