Golden Eagle Head
I took this photo of the Golden Eagle near Lake Winnipeg. I also saw and took photos of Bald Eagles. Their range of living is 200 km2 (77 sq mi) based on what Wikipedia says. This is quite a big territory but not if you are a flying eagle that soars across the skies with ease. They have a partial migration. If they are further north, they usually migrate when living at a latitude of 60 degrees north and shorter migrations if they are at the 50 degree latitude. If you take the location of Gimli, Manitoba they are at 50.6667° N, 97.0500° W. And if you are at Winnipeg, Manitoba the near center of Canada it is 49.8994° N, 97.1392° W. These beautiful yet hardy birds will only do a partial migration during the cold months of winter.
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