By the amazing artist Travis London.
- Wingspan up to 6 to 7 feet.
- Generally solitary or found in pairs.
- Their keen eyes can see clearly and in color, allowing the eagle to spot movement from a long distance.
- Golden Eagles are monogamous and may mate for life.
- They can dive upon their quarry at up to 150mph.
- May nest on rocks, cliffs, or the ground at Thacker Pass.
Lithium mining at Thacker Pass would destroy critical Golden Eagle habitat. Golden Eagles are sensitive to human disturbances and are likely to abandon their nests.
One more reason to resist.