The harpy eagle
soaring, which I'd looked out at from the plane as it zeroed in on its prey.
Previously, eagles were thought to be relatives of the Harpy group of eagles, a bird family which contains the largest eagles of the world, such as the Harpy Eagle
and Crested Eagle, until a DNA study by researchers from the University of Michigan in 2005, showed that the two groups are similar in their general appearances only because they feed on the same kind of animals (forest mammals) and that they live in the same kind of habitat (tropical forests).
Case Description: A 14-year-old 4.1-kg (9.02-lb) male harpy eagle
(Harpia harpyja) was evaluated because of vomiting, anorexia, lethargy, and weight loss (decrease of 0.35 kg [0.77 lb]) of 4 weeks' duration.
In Los Tuxtlas Biosphere Reserve, some raptor species have already been extirpated, including the harpy eagle
(Harpia harpyja), king vulture (Sarcoramphus papa), and probably the black-and-white hawk-eagle (W.
SNAPPING AT THE HEELS A wolf chasing a bull elk in Yellowstone National Park, a tigress in Bandhavgarh in India and a harpy eagle
For more experienced birders, it's often something stunning such as the Harpy Eagle
(South America) or Resplendant Quetzal (Central America).
The aim of this note is to describe the procedures taken for translocating a Harpy Eagle
(Harpia harpyja Linnaeus, 1758) nest located in an arboreal specimen (Dinizia excelsa) approximately 45 meters high found within the future right of way of an electric power transmission line in the municipality of Manaus, State of Manaus, Brazil.
Contract awarded for Manufacture Of Inflatable Chicho Difraces Muleto, Harpy Eagle
And Globe Conventional To Be Used For Environmental Activities In Promoting The Ministry Of Environment.
"Maybe the most prized bird so far was a harpy eagle
, which I saw on a nest in South America before the end of January," Strycker wrote in his email.
On a few occasions, we have seen the rare harpy eagle
, the world's most massive and magnificent raptor, and the elusive jaguar.
The image of the harpy eagle
in the Beni article was so realistic.
Fast forward to Brazil, and the couple recall the elation at tracking down their "mostwanted bird" - the Amazon rainforest's harpy eagle