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The Golden Eagle - Master of the Sky | Free Documentary Nature

May 30, 2021
In Northern Europe the winters are harsh but the misery of some ensures the survival of others In Scandinavia Golden

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s live in the mountains and the lowlands They are capable hunters but still cannot survive without the victims of the cold and snow They charge every winter Golden

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s are not sociable, they do not tolerate other eagles near their prey, one of them is expelled in the end even though there is enough for both, who would think of love in such harsh conditions? It remains to be seen if it is love. But

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eagles begin their courtship while it is still winter, long before the spring sun melts the snow, the ice breaks for the two eagles, they mate up to 30 times before the female lays her eggs in early April, but we will return to that survival.
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Most importantly, a cow moose has fallen victim to the Scandinavian winter and lies on the edge of a field well preserved thanks to the

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zing cold. The eagle eyes have quickly discovered the enormous reserve of food and are now racing to get the first and largest pieces. An adult

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eagle reaches the carcass first and begins to feed on it, but before reaching the coveted meat of the mammal, it has to pass through the dense winter fur of the moose. A sea eagle keeps a watchful eye on the scene it would love. It seems like it's worth trying to fight the golden eagle for the prey, but then it seems like the sea eagle is getting discouraged.
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A brave flap of the golden eagle's wings and the sea eagle takes off. A second sea eagle swoops down from the perpetual darkness. gray norse winter sky this one is making more of an impression on the golden eagle but it is full anyway and leaves the field to its cousin with a large yellow beak in norse mythology reis velgier is a giant eagle-shaped that brings the wind the Land Golden eagles need vast, unspoiled landscapes where

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is still relatively intact. Today, golden eagles live mainly in the mountainous regions of the Alps and Carpathians. Among forests and mountain meadows there are many different prey animals for the golden eagle, although there are fresh twigs in them. the nest the nest is not yet in use a cayley caper is also attractive prey for the eagle, while the smaller female is well camouflaged and rarely leaves the protection of the forest the striking male cayley caper is easy prey at least for the mating season the hen rarely shows itself openly in the mountain meadow and the male cayley caper would also be better off retreating back into the protection of the mountain forest a warm wind blows through the forest

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is awakening from its hibernation is thawing there are more and more mountain forests where you can find large feathers of this size eagle feathers once again breeding pairs of golden eagles are back in the heart of europe the population of eagles also depends on the prevalence of their animals favorite prey the loose feathers are floating along the ground has become a victim of its testosterone levels during mating season large amounts of testosterone flow through the body of a cayley caper and makes it careless the golden eagles continue to return to their prey and they feed on it until there is nothing left.
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This way every last bit of prey is used. The eagles barely make a dent in the caper cayley population. Wherever their habitat is intact, caper cayley produces enough offspring to compensate for these losses. once a prey species becomes rare the predators will switch to other more common species it is an intelligent and highly functional policy of nature the eagle navigates over its territory but this time it is not looking for prey, the breeding season is upon them and Eagles need to prepare, they have been making regular courtship flights in their territory since winter to strengthen their

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association as a bird. the phrase has never seemed so appropriate somewhere in a scrawny tree the two golden eagles finally land and mate once again nothing stands in the way of a new generation of eagles it also seems that this is the ideal habitat for a golden eagle a varied hunting ground and old mixed forests for breeding this is where the story of our eagle chicks begins the male golden eagle has been incubating the egg for a few hours now it is the only egg the female laid a few days before it is the end of April and throughout the forests the birds have been searching for hiding places for their nests in the neighboring valley until the golden eagles at a safe distance the black stem floats back to its nest now that spring has arrived the eggs must be kept warm at all times on both sides Both eagle parents will keep their precious egg warm day and night for about 45 days.
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For black stems, it takes five weeks until the chicks hatch. Body heat is the most important factor, but without sufficient padding and insulation the egg cannot develop into the golden male. The eagle has a ring, while it was supposed to be the mother bird's job to incubate the eggs. Our eagle pair takes regular turns. The eagle egg was only exposed to the cold of the April day for a few minutes. Now the female is flying towards him. eerily carefully the ringless mother eagle perches on her egg the eagles are almost motionless when they incubate the eggs and their neighbors the black stems are no different a little further down the pygmy owlets are one step behind they have not yet laid eggs not all the golden eagles make their old Aryan trees rocky islands in an ocean of trees and bushes, the main thing is that the breeding place is not easily accessible to predators, in the rocky nest, here the eggshell has already broken, Two eggs were laid, of which two golden eagle chicks have already hatched.
It is mainly the mother who keeps returning to the haunting with green twigs of coniferous and deciduous trees. In this way, the nest continues to grow during the two and a half months of raising the chicks. The father's task is to provide them with the food that he supplies them regularly. the mysterious prey animal that the female divides and feeds to her young this time is a mouse that is shredded into even smaller pieces and distributed by the mother ninety-five percent of all golden eagles hatch in a nest of rocks the rest see the light of day in a nest in a tree as our pair of eagles with their creepy and an old spruce tree who only have one chick to care for the adult birds take turns hunting prey whenever wild prey birds become scarce raised by humans suddenly become very obvious to the golden eagles it is the perfect game to sit overlooking the dovecote it is a warm day at the end of April the eagle chick is played by annoying flies like the pygmy owl a little further down in the largest and the smallest predatory birds of the mountain forests are tormented by the same pestilence the female golden eagle continues to sit on top of the dovecotes waiting patiently for an opportune moment meanwhile the courier has succeeded in returning to the nest with what that remains of a killed pigeon and then flies away again leaving the rest of the work to the female, it is always she who destroys the prey and feeds it to control, although individual eagles may prefer certain prey animals, pigeons are not the usual target of the golden eagle, they generally are. too quickly it is the young and inexperienced pigeons that tend to become victims of the resvelgia bird it is a kind of natural selection the mysterious golden eagle is a little smaller than the sea eagle it is 1.5 meters in diameter and about one meter high similar to that of the black stalks in the neighboring valley here three insatiable young people wait for their meal at the creepy eagle the mother has to present small morsels of prey to her little one in the black stalks families the whole fish is back on the menu In total , the mother eagle will feed her offspring about 40 kilograms of prey over time.
After feeding, the little snow-white black stalks can play with each other, while the eagle chick has to settle for its mother. When it's colder, the female offers warmth and comfort. there is another breeding bird in the eagle's territory a common creeper even if the pygmy owl is small it is a highly specialized and dangerous bird hunter a pygmy owl will kill over 200 songbirds and small mammals to raise the young from a hatching of the small the owl has seven chicks to take care of all the nursery waste they just throw it out the door the mother eagle keeps carrying green twigs from coniferous and deciduous trees to the creepy we don't know why she does it, maybe fresh twigs are better more material construction than dry branches, she is always interested in keeping her creepy and spam.
Some biologists suspect that green twigs and leaves have an antiseptic effect, but there is still no evidence for this theory. The struggle to feed her young and fully maintain the nest furniture. fills the day of the eagles the pair of eagles will use this nest for many years they will continue to repair and expand it just as the black stems do the mother eagle is leaving the nest to go hunting it is early May and it is hot and the chick does not need make it constantly stay under its wings in the mountainous forests of Europe it is not only the eagles and the stems that reproduce now the plant kingdom is also about passing on its jeans the mixed beach forests of old lagoons are also home to the most orchid magnificent of Europe, the lady's slipper orchid wherever lady's slipper orchids bloom and golden eagles have their ears, nature is at least to some extent still intact, the male golden eagle brings another rodent to the nest, this time it is a huge waterfall and the female brings another twig, but immediately takes control. from the nest the black stalks have little to fear from the golden eagles they are able to defend themselves and never lose sight of the chicks in their ears here both adult birds are responsible for feeding the chicks the eagle chick on the other hand is only ever fed by the female the prey rich in protein and energy that is carried to the nest for weeks and then digested here and there means that the concentration of nutrients is enormously high leftover food and dung fertilized the surrounding forest soil, which is why there are plants nutrient lovers such as the common nettle that grows under the nest wherever the common nettle thrives the red admiral also blooms the caterpillar of this butterfly feeds exclusively on common nettles, in this way the large forest birds involuntarily feed the young of a small butterfly while the stems need a total of 100 days to develop from edge to brood the admiral takes less than a fortnight the rains move across the mountainous landscape of central Europe some of the mountain dwellers just wake up appropriately in this muggy and hot climate the eagle is patrolling the edge of the forest it does not particularly like to hunt inside the forest most small animals live in the mountain meadows among the old trees the female eagle has seen something sometimes even the large birds have to make do with very small prey the male has been watching what is happening and glides across the meadow towards his companion uh and here is another inhabitant of the mountain meadows the corn stream with its funny song the eagles have demolished their prey fly back to the nest with a full harvest although temperatures no longer fall as early a young eagle may cool down quickly as its soft plumage becomes drenched in the rain at least the chicks in the rock nest have a huge roof over their heads but in the mysterious tree the mother eagle must not leave her offspring is alone for long periods the chick with its delicate downy plumage no longer fits under the adult bird it snuggles up next to its mother but it is hot and reasonably dry sooner or later the rain will stop the forest is soaked and the eagle chick has survived the rain unscathed in rainy years many eagles die in their nests because at some point the female has to leave the mysterious place, but as long as the May sun shines there is no danger as the adult bird glides through its territory high in the sky the young eagle deals with leftover food in the nest it has yet to learn what is edible and what is not the eagle's daily routine also prevails in the rock theory the biggest distraction for the young are the adult birds that arrive with food in the forest The cliffs are also popular breeding territory for other species of birds, such as the common crow, for example, being neighbors with them is not completely conflict free.
Surprisingly, it is the common crow who uses the pants in short bursts of airborne display fights, but not this encounter. It is of no consequence, he may be the king of the mountains, but the golden eagle is not the absolute ruler of his kingdom. The neighbors whomake life difficult are not the only problem for this large bird of prey, even in natural forests, this is not always the case. It is easy to catch prey. The times when huge herds of ungulates followed by large predators migrated through these valleys are long gone, but wherever man cultivates the grasslands, uncut animals, such as hair and thorns, inevitably appear, our eagles keep returning to the creepy with food from the valley. of humans there is another troublemaker near the eagle's nest a common buzzard eagles are easily disturbed near their nest the female carefully monitors her surroundings the common buzzard is the most common bird of prey in central Europe about two hundred thousand pairs of common buzzards The half of them breed here in Germany, but why is the golden eagle so common while the golden eagle is said to be an endangered species?
The female eagle is leaving the haunting. The fact that golden eagles are so rare is not due to the relatively small golden eagle. she bravery, she will even attack the large and dangerous golden eagle when she approaches the vulture's nest. The decline of eagles in Europe is well documented. It started already in the 17th century. They first disappeared from eastern Germany and in the following century from In central Germany, shortly thereafter there were no golden eagles left in the southwest and by the end of the 19th century. the heraldic bird had also disappeared from the enormous forests of northeastern Germany at the end The last eagles had retired to the mountainous areas of Europe that were difficult to access but why for centuries man hunted eagles without mercy, they were seen as a hunting competition as a disgusting enemy of the farmer and his animals, humanity wanted to eradicate them as had eradicated wolves, brown bears and lynxes, the state even handed out rewards for dead golden eagles today birds of prey are strictly protected illegal shootings are rare, but golden eagles still fail to leave their retirement area in the Alps and the Carpathians and settle again in solitude instead of the eagles.
Lumberjacks came to the forests first with axes and saws, then with increasingly larger and more efficient machines. Society eager to grow has rediscovered the logging business. Never before was it possible to cut and process so much wood in such a short time. In some places, logging has doubled in the last 10 years. The demand for raw materials is constantly increasing, leaving no room for slow natural growth and decay our forests are becoming increasingly younger, denser, darker, the forest is increasingly an industrial estate for the logging industry, it is not surprising that the last eagles have their territories in regions of difficult to access and in national parks, blacktails and many other species also suffer from economic pressure on our forests since hunting for this powerful bird of prey was banned, the golden eagle is at least no longer in serious danger of extinction, but The number of eagles that breed on this continent in the future will also depend on the use made of European forests, while the young black ones stalking immediately defy everything their parents bring to the nest the age of the eagle is often littered with remains. of the prey or even whole animals like this dormouse the female eagle goes hunting again while the chick is busy with the dormouse it still seems to be a good year for the eagles and other birds that breed in these forests about two months after having born the young eagles in the mountain nest have grown a lot the eagles have a tenant and in their monotonous daily routine they welcome any distraction the bank vol seems to find something special at least in the nest he keeps coming back in search of useful things among twigs, grass and food scraps.
The red admiral is attracted to excrement. This is where you can stock up on mineral salts. The bank vole even raises its young beneath the nest. weeks go by. and it seems that nothing could darken the skies over the eagles' vast habitat, but success and ruin often go hand in hand the adult bird returns to the tree today it is the hedgehog for lunch the young eagle is acquiring its dark juvenile plumage and now is largely waterproof Due to bad weather, spells of bad weather are a danger to baby birds, not only because of the humidity and cold, but they can also be the reason why birds of prey suddenly have less to kill and the young eagles that cannot fly are trapped in one of the two young birds in the rocky nest he is not doing well he is on his last legs his brother seems to be watching him but the little eagle is dead he almost makes it to the mountains the climate is more changeable and unpredictable than in the lowlands many of the eagles prey animals will remain in their hiding places during periods of bad weather hunting becomes more difficult the mother eagle in the rocky nest feeds her dead offspring to the survivor The eagles do not know mercy, they have no morals, survival is essential but there are two sides of each coin.
The rain spells are a threat to the offspring of the golden eagles, but the so-called bad weather, on the other hand, creates the nursery. From another mountain dweller, the flooded car tracks are just what the little gray amphibians were waiting for. The toads depend on abundant rains since their habitat will disappear in a short time. The toads do not waste time mating, however, the two do not show the same fervor when saying yes, it is a hot and humid day in June, the young eagle that remains in the The shaded rock nest prepares to leave the nest.
Adult birds remain nearby. They show the little one how to fly through his territory. They try to get him away from the nest from time to time. The male eagle flies towards the nest to deliver some prey, but then. It quickly moves away again and finally the young eagle with its juvenile chocolate-colored plumage leaves the spooky place. He will continue to circle and hunt with the adult birds for another five months. Now in June there is a large amount of prey in the habitat of the fully grown eagle. the young foxes sleep in their den but the animals continually interrupt their daytime sleep and then go on an expedition with fun and games for the golden eagles the distracted foxes are easy and frequent prey the eagle pair does not bring more food to the spooky tree now They feed and then place part of their prey in exposed places in their breeding areas to attract the young eagle from the nest a little later the tree area is empty the young bird is gone it is already jumping and flying around its surroundings nothing is wastes everything the eagles leave will be taken by others like the eurasian j our young spooky tree eagle is still cared for by his parents they serve him food and teach him hunting techniques next year he will be a fully grown golden eagle and at some point he will have their own kingdom and perhaps their own spooky black stalks have also made it along with the adult birds surround their breeding grounds in the Carpathians and prepare for the long flight south next year they will return and at some point raise their hatchlings somewhere in a remote mountain forest.

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