Eagle

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Eagle

A gold coin minted in the United States between 1795 and 1933. It was worth $10.
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Only 300 to 400 mature Javan hawk-eagles are thought to remain in the wild, with 30 to 40 individuals (the same as its annual output) captured each year.
From GenBank, one gene sequence each of COI and ND2 was available for a specimen from Guyana of a black hawk-eagle (JQ176245.1 and AY987096.1, respectively) and a black-and-white hawk-eagle (Spizaetus melanoleucus; JQ176244.1 and AY987097.1).
The forest, heavily degraded by charcoal burning, illegal commercial timber harvesting and poorly managed smallholder 'shamba' systems, contains rare tree species and an abundant diversity of plants and animals such as the globally threatened Abbot's starling and regionally threatened African green ibis and the crowned hawk-eagle.
The Makuleke people harvested second-hatched chicks (which are normally killed by their older siblings) of the southern ground hornbill, African hawk-eagle and milky eagle owl.
Over 300 species of birds have been seen at Bosque de Paz, including the Resplendent Quetzal and Ornate Hawk-eagle. Later we had a wondrous nighttime hike and experienced the evening sounds and activity of the rainforest.