Golden Eagle -- School-Age
The golden eagle is found in areas of North America, Europe, Asia, and the Northern part of Africa. In the United Kingdom golden eagles lives in the open moorlands and mountains of Scotland.
Two species of eagle live in North America, and they are the largest eagles: the bald eagle and the golden eagle. In North America, golden eagles are primarily found in the Western States and Canadian Provinces from Alaska through Mexico.
Golden Eagle's are partial migrants. Golden Eagles living at the northern areas are more likely to migrate than those living farther south. Both eagle species in North America go north in the warm seasons and down to southern states and Mexico in the winter months.