The eagle depicted on the flag of Mexico is a golden eagle. The image on the flag is taken from the Mexican coat of arms. The golden eagle is one of the best-known birds of prey in the northern hemisphere.
The Mexican flag is composed of three equal-sized vertical stripes in green, white and red, with the white field featuring a caracara on the Mexican coat of arms. The caracara is a type of eagle and it is depicted on the flag with a snake in its beak.
The white eagle that appears on some Polish flags is the national coat of arms of Poland. The symbol first appeared on 12th century Polish coins and is still used on flags, publications and merchandise to represent Poland.
According to a Texas A&M University website, the Mexican flag stands for Mexican values and historical tradition. The three colors of the flag were the colors of the Army of the Three Guarantees, which fought for independence from Spain.
Drawing an eagle?more specifically, the bald eagle, the national bird of the United States?with the American flag can be simple. All that is needed is a pair of circles and a pair of lines to use collectively as a template.
According to About.com, the green in the Mexican flag represents hope. Mexico's flag was adopted in 1968 but has been around in the same basic form since 1821. The green originally symbolized independence but came to represent hope during the administration of President...
The eagle soars at the top of the food chain with no natural predators, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The eagles' only predator is man, through habitat destruction, poisoning of its food supply and illegal hunting. North America hosts two types of eag...