Imperial Eagle

Aquila heliaca
Conservation status: Vulnerable
Size: 78 cm
With a name befitting its commanding presence, the imperial eagle is a middle-sized bird of prey that inhabits the steppe grasslands in Central and Northern Asia, and crosses the Himalayas to fly south during winter. This fierce creature is revered by the people of eastern Europe.
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