How Do Eagles Mate?


When eagles mate there is a process of courtship where the eagles display incredible aerial acrobatics and tumbling. They will lock talons and tumble in the air. When they mate the male will stand on the back of the female while they are standing on either the nest or a limb of a tree.
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Eagles usually mate in the nest and or on the top of a tree. The male mounts on top of the female. Her back is facing the male. The male practically sits on the back of the female.
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