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Golden Eagles

two golden eagle nestlings huddled at back of nest under cliff edge, photograph
Golden Eagle nestlings along the Snake River Canyon of southern Idaho. Photo: Benjamin Dudek

GOEA Connection

The Yahoo! Groups discussion forum brings together researchers, biologists, managers, casual birders, and anyone else interested in this awesome raptor. Follow the link below to join the discussion!
Discussion forum webpage


Resources


In the News

The Golden Eagle (Aquila Crysaetos) is an iconic raptor found across the northern hemisphere. Exciting research is on-going across the Golden Eagle range from international projects in Asia and Europe, to right here at Boise State University.

two golden eagle nestlings huddled at back of nest under cliff edge, photograph
Graduate student Michael Henderson descends into an eagle nest

Whether it’s their astonishing speed and agility, acrobatic courtship displays, instantly recognizable golden nape, or the incredibly beautiful and diverse habitats that these birds call home, Golden Eagles continue to amaze and inspire just about anyone who is lucky enough to encounter them.

Please use this page and the embedded links to navigate to a variety of Golden Eagle resources, and news updates. You will also find links to the GOEA Connection discussion group, a Yahoo! Groups discussion forum used for open communication on a variety of subjects related to Golden Eagles.

Golden eagle in flight over a field of grass, photograph
A Golden Eagle returning to its nest with prey