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Name Professor Title Date [] Introduction This massive bird of prey is mainly found in the lowland forests of South and the Central America. The primary characteristics of the bird are having a physically powerful beak and sturdy toes. This feature along with their big-sized body makes the Eagles the most feared eagles in the world. The Eagles have the capability of capturing a wide variety of prey. It is eminent in the hunt for the medium sized animals such as the monkeys and sloths. The populations of the harpy eagles have been reducing drastically because of the loss of their habitat and their subjectivity to ill-treatment and hostility. However the birds have not yet been categorized as the endangered animals. They have already been killed on sight due to their destructive capabilities when it came to other animals. These birds were regarded as a near-threatened type of species by to be witnessed and seen by generations to come. Work cited Buffon Georges L. L and William Smellie. The Natural History of Birds: From the French of the Count De Buffon. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2010. Print. Davies Alan and Ruth Miller. The Biggest Twitch: Around the World in 4 000 Birds. London: Christopher Helm 2010. Print. Gray Susan H. Harpy Eagle. Place of publication not identified: Cherry Lake Pub 2015. Internet resource. Schulenberg Thomas S Douglas F. Stotz Daniel F. Lane John P. O'Neill Theodore A. I. I. I. Parker and Dr A. B. Egg. Birds of Peru: Revised and Updated Edition. Princeton: Princeton University Press 2010. Internet resource. Smock Kirk. Guyana. Chalfont St. Peter: Bradt Travel Guides 2011. Print. Sodhi Navjot S Cagan H. Sekercioglu Jos Barlow and Scott Robinson. Conservation of Tropical Birds. Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons Ltd 2011. Print. Thornton Bob. Chasing Neotropical Birds. Austin: University of Texas Press 2005. Print. [...]

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A term paper (8-10 pages maximum, typed double-spaced) is required of each student. It will be due by the next to the last week of the quarter (week of March 6). For a topic, any of three possibilities exist: write about any avian topic (such as migration, reproduction, or the California Gnatcatcher) that particularly intrigues you. Research that topic and write it up in a succinct style. The topic may be as broad or narrow as you wish; or,

Subject Area: Biology

Document Type: Thesis Statement

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