A young eagle is called an eaglet. It takes 35 days for eagle eggs to hatch, and the eaglets stay with their parents until they are ready to leave the nest.
Golden eagles live in Eurasia, northern Africa and North America. They are found around mountains, canyons, riverside cliffs and bluffs. Golden eagles are territorial and can have a territory of up to 60 square miles.
Eagles fly 30 to 55 mph and dive at over 100 mph. Eagles can soar for hours on warm air currents, which conserves energy, especially during long migrations.