The eagle is a predatory bird whose name consists of five letters. Bald eagles and golden eagles are both predatory birds living in North America. Eagles are the largest members in the raptor (predatory bird) family.
A predatory bird is a bird that feeds on animals and small insects. Most predatory birds have strong, curved talons useful for catching and killing prey. These birds have great eyesight that allows them to detect prey during flight. Bald eagles can fly 65 miles per hour, and they eat fish, snakes, turtles, fawns and rabbits. For an easier meal, bald eagles sometimes chase after another predatory bird until it drops its kill. The eagle then stops the chase and grabs the food.