Kids can find information about harpy eagles at KidsSanDiegoZoo.org, EnchantedLearning.com and BirdsFlight.com, as of 2015. The harpy eagle is one of the largest birds of prey. It is a swift and agile hunter that lives i... More »

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Harpy eagles are apex predators and, consequently, only suffer predation from other harpy eagles while they are young and in the nest. Even this is rare, as at least one parent stays in the nest to defend the young. Adul... More »

Harpy eagles mainly eat mammals that dwell in trees, including monkeys, sloths and opossums. Less often, they eat reptiles like iguanas. They also sometimes prey on macaws and other birds, according to PBS. More »

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National Geographic Kids is an excellent resource for child-accessible information about eagles. Many zoo websites also have child and family-friendly information pages. The Cornell Lab of Ornithology All About Birds sit... More »

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Harpy eagles are apex predators and, consequently, only suffer predation from other harpy eagles while they are young and in the nest. Even this is rare, as at least one parent stays in the nest to defend the young. Adul... More »

Baby eagles learn to fly by taking small hops in the nest, then jumping to nearby branches, and finally gliding out on the wind. For the first 12 to 14 weeks of their lives, baby eagles (eaglets) stay in the nest while t... More »

Harpy eagles mainly eat mammals that dwell in trees, including monkeys, sloths and opossums. Less often, they eat reptiles like iguanas. They also sometimes prey on macaws and other birds, according to PBS. More »

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