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Spanish Imperial Eagle

Scientific name:  Aquila adalberti
Class:  Birds
Continent:  Europe
Habitat:  Bosque templado y taiga
Diet:  Carnívoro
Weight:  2,5 - 3,5 kg
Size:  78 - 83 cm
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Conservation of Iberian species
Conservation of Iberian species

Conservation of Iberian species

Meet the Spanish Imperial Eagle!

It is the only bird endemic to the Iberian peninsula. The Spanish imperial eagle is one of the seven rarest birds of prey on the planet, and it is unfortunately in danger of extinction.

Its plumage is straw-colored in the first and second year of life.

Before the age of five, its adult plumage becomes reddish-brown, with its characteristic white shoulders.

What are its habits?

This eagle is a  monogamous and sedentary raptor that builds nests in the treetops. Pairs of Spanish imperial eagles defend their hunting and breeding grounds throughout the year.

Extinct in the wild
Critically endangered
Near threatened
Least concern
Insufficient data
Not evaluated


They lay a maximum of four eggs, although it is usual for them to lay two or three. Once the chicks hatch, they remain in the nest for two months (although they continue to depend on their parents for another five weeks).
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