What is the life cycle of an eagle?


The life cycle of an eagle can vary slightly amongst different species, but will follow a general cycle overall. The life cycle of an eagle starts when a female eagle lays her egg and allows it to incubate over a month period. The eaglet is then born and will feed and stay in the nest for between 10 and 12 weeks. The eaglet will be dependent on his mother for between 4 to 6 months before becoming independent. Only 65 percent of eaglets will survive their first year. Once they have reached maturity, an eagle can live up to 30 years.
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Falconiformes Family: Accipitridae
Eagles are birds of prey in Family Accipitridae, which also includes falcons and hawks. Having short hooked beaks and curved claws, they are similar to but often larger than hawks.
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