Crowned Solitary Eagle, Crowned Solitary Eagle
Buteogallus coronatus by Sharon K. Schafer(8 in. x 8 in. | Acrylic on Hardboard | ID#3689)
Family: ACCIPITRIDAE | Conservation Status: Endangered | Population Trend: decreasing
The Crowned Solitary Eagle is a large, powerful bird of prey in open grassland areas of parts of Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina. Rare or uncommon throughout its range, the species suffers from suffering from fragmentation and loss of habitat due to the conversion of grasslands and open woodlands to agriculture. It is estimated that the population is only 250 – 999 individuals.
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