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Saraana Nature Conservation Foundation

At Saraana Nature Conservation Foundation, our mission is to champion nature conservation, with a particular focus on birds and wetlands within locally protected areas. We are passionate about safeguarding the natural environment and its invaluable resources for present and future generations.

Our organization recognizes the crucial role that wetlands play in sustaining biodiversity and providing essential ecosystem services. We are dedicated to preserving and restoring these vital habitats, ensuring the long-term survival of various bird species that rely on wetlands for nesting, migration, and foraging.

Through our committed efforts, we strive to raise awareness about the importance of wetlands and their associated bird populations. We actively engage local communities, fostering a sense of stewardship and encouraging sustainable practices that promote coexistence with nature.

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Bird of 2023

Golden Eagle

Size: Golden eagles are large birds of prey, with a wingspan typically ranging from 6 to 7 feet (1.8 to 2.1 meters).

Coloration: They are named "golden" eagles due to the rich, golden-brown feathers on the back of their heads and necks. The rest of their plumage is dark brown.

Sharp Beak: Golden eagles have a powerful, hooked beak that they use to tear apart prey.

Talons: Their talons are strong and equipped with sharp, curved claws, which they use to capture and kill their prey.

Hunting Skills: Golden eagles are formidable hunters known for their keen eyesight. They can spot prey from high in the sky and swoop down at incredible speeds to capture it.

Diet: They primarily feed on mammals such as rabbits, hares, ground squirrels, and occasionally larger prey like foxes and young deer. They also eat birds and carrion.

Territorial: Golden eagles are territorial birds, and they defend their hunting territories from intruders.

Nesting: They build large nests on cliffs or in trees, often reusing the same nest for several years.

Lifespan: In the wild, golden eagles can live up to 30 years, while those in captivity can live even longer.

Conservation: Golden eagles are protected in many countries due to habitat loss and the threat of illegal hunting. They are also considered a species of least concern, which means they are not currently facing a significant risk of extinction.

Symbolism: Golden eagles have cultural and symbolic significance in many societies and have been used as symbols of power and strength.

Flight: They are skilled fliers and can soar at great heights, using thermals and updrafts to conserve energy while searching for prey.

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