These encounters are helping us learn more about Golden Eagle migratory ecology, such as, where migrants are wintering and summering, how far they travel, how long they live and cause of individual mortalities. In 2009 four of our wing-tagged eagles were encountered. Two were remotely photographed feeding at pre-set bait stations and twp
Eagle C-51, was banded and wing-tagged as a hatch-year (first year of life), male on Nora Ridge in 2007. He was encountered in Denali National Park on September 15, 2008, feeding on a road-killed Snowshoe Hare.
As time passes and data continues to trickle in, we look forward to learning more of the outcomes of these individual eagles in our efforts to learn more about Golden Eagles as a whole.
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Where and when eagle was encountered:
Condition of eagle: alive and well, dead, injured etc.
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