Bald Eagle Watching
Original Wildlife Clear
Rather than do their own fishing, Bald Eagles often go after other creatures’ catches. A Bald Eagle will harass a hunting Osprey until the smaller raptor drops its prey in midair, where the eagle swoops it up. A Bald Eagle may even snatch a fish directly out of an Osprey’s talons. Fishing mammals can also lose prey to Bald Eagle piracy. Eagles live for a very long time, averaging 25-40 years and they’ve been recorded at living longer. Eagles also mate for life, so they can actually grow old together! To impress each other, both males and females court each other by soaring to high altitudes, locking talons and tumble or cartwheel towards the earth! They do this to determine the “fitness” of their mate.
Art No 33574
Cast crystal sculpture with engraved and sandblasted motif.
This sculpture of Bald Eagle Watching Original is handmade in Sweden and signed on the bottom.
Design Mats Jonasson