National Bird Of Spain
Imperial Eagle is the National bird of Spain also known as Spanish Eagle and Iberian Imperial eagle. the bird species is Aquila adalberti and belongs Accipitridae Family. Imperial eagle weight is Approximately 2.5 to 3.5 kilograms bird length is about 180 to210 centimeters Wingspan is approximately 180–215 centimeters. its best pry is Rabbits there are also different prays Imperial eagle diet like rodents, pigeon, flamingo, reptiles, ducks, and foxes etc.
The National bird of Spain color is dark from other Eagle species.The bird is natively found is central and south-west Spain also found in some areas in Portugal.Imperial eagle is endangered species about a study there were only 30 pairs remaining only Spain in 1960s. Spain Government work on the conversation and achieve recovery in the 1980s in 2011 the number of pairs was increased there were 318 pairs in Spain.The national bird of Spain can lifespan in wild is about 20 years.
Imperial eagle Habitat is in hills and mountains in Spain. Monogamous species pair stays together the lifetime.these form nests in trees, in Breeding season female incubate eggs and male bring food for female and the incubation time period is about 45 days the chicks remain in the nest for 75 days. when feathers begin to grow the chicks left the nest and live in the surrounding of the nest for about 162 days.The National bird of Spain is very aggressive among their chicks.
Facts About The National Bird Of Spain Imperial Eagle
- Common name: Spanish Imperial Eagle, Adalbert’s Eagle, Spanish Eagle, Iberian Imperial eagle
- Kingdom: Animalia
- Class: Aves
- Order: Accipitriformes
- Family: Accipitridae
- Genus: Aquila
- Species: Aquila adalberti
- Phylum: Chordate
- Weight: Approximately 2.5–3.5 kg
- Length: Approximately 180–210
- Conservation status: Endangered species