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Are you teaching your child about the different types of birds around the world? Or do you want to acquaint him to the eagle in a fun way? If you said yes, then reading our post is a good idea.
The majestic and powerful eagle is one of the most recognized birds in the world. They are members of Accipitridae family. There are more than 70 species of eagles. They are common to Africa, America, Australia and Eurasia. The eagle is the national symbol of the United States.
Let your child’s imagination soar wild with our eagle coloring pages. The article includes an extensive range of eagle coloring sheets of various backgrounds, settled on the branch, flying in the sky and with the American flag.
20 Cute Eagle Coloring Pages Your Little One Would Love:
1. E For Eagle:
Here is a fun eagle coloring sheet that will double up as a handwriting practice worksheet. Get your child to trace the uppercase and lowercase E and the word eagle. When he has finished, he can color in the image of the eagle.
2. 4th Of July:
Here is a coloring of a bald eagle soaring in the sky with the national flag of the United States of America. The Bald Eagle is the national bird of the United States. It appears on all of its official seals, including the Seal of the President of the United States. The Continental Congress of the United States decided on the pattern of the seal on 20th June 1782. The coloring sheet is creating a powerful patriotic image. It will make an awesome 4th of July activity for your child. We would advise you to give you a brief history of American independence to your child after he has colored the diagram.
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3. Bald Eagle:
The bald eagle coloring page that depicts it is the only species of eagle that is unique to North America. It was once close to becoming extinct, but efforts from animal lovers saved this glorious bird of prey, and the wildlife authority removed the eagle from the endangered species list in 2007. Bald eagles are large birds. It can grow up to 3 feet tall and have a wingspan of 7 to 8 feet. Adult bald eagles have white tails, white heads, and dark brown feathers. Their feet and hooked beaks are yellow in color. Bald eagles usually prefer living near water bodies. And they build their nests in the trees. Do you know what their favorite food is? It’s fish that they catch with their strong talons.
4. Golden Eagle:
The golden eagle is more of a predator and less of scavenger. The golden eagles search for their prey by flying over the lower slopes and watching the prey from high perches. When they spot the prey, they plunge to capture it in its talons. They regularly prey on cranes and foxes. The magnificent golden eagle is widespread in Europe, Asia, and North America. It usually resides in the foothills, open country, and open mountains. It is crucial to the North American tribes. They admire the eagle’s strength and courage and believe that this birth has mystical powers.
5. Harpy Eagle:
The Harpy Eagles are the world’s largest and most influential of all the eagles. Just the rear talon of this eagle is about 4 inches long, just the same as grizzly bear’s claws. Harpy eagles are around 1 meter in length and have a wingspan of 2 meters. They usually inhabit the southern Mexico and northern Argentina. Harpy eagles bring green twigs and branches to the nest after the birth of their chick. The fresh twigs help keep the parasites and insects away and provide a calm environment for the nestling. Sadly, the harpy eagles are disappearing now. People are destroying their habitat or shooting them.
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6. Wedge Tailed Eagle:
The wedge-tailed eagle is one of the most widespread species of eagle. It has a characteristic long, wedge-shaped legs and tail that have feathers all the way to the base of the toes. The bill of this species of eagle is cream or pale pink in color; the feet are off white, and eyes are brown to dark brown in color. The wedge-tailed eagle is reddish brown to dark brown in color. They turn black for at least ten years of life. Now that’s one unique feature. The wedge-tailed eagle is common in the alpine regions of the mountains. This is one of the most interesting eagle pictures to color.
7. White Tailed Eagle:
The white-tailed eagle is a huge eagle with a wingspan of over 8 feet. The eagle became instinct in the early 1900s. Despite the reintroduction scheme, their numbers of the white-tailed eagle in Scotland are still small. The plan to reintroduce the white-tailed eagle failed because of the theft of its eggs by the locals. The meager population of the white-tailed eagle now thrives only in Scotland’s highlands and islands. They mostly prefer the sea lochs than the exposed coastal regions. The white-tailed eagle also nests in trees rather than on cliffs. Seabirds, fish, and ducks are the things that white-tailed eagles like eating the most.
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8. Philippine Eagle:
The Philippine Eagles are one of the largest birds of prey. They are also famous as the monkey-eating eagle because they prey on monkeys, besides pigs, rodents and monitor lizards. They inhabit the region of Mount Apo in Mindanao. The Philippine eagle is declining in population and is now close to extinction, primarily because of illegal logging in the country. In the light of this, the government of the Philippines made it the national bird to increase its awareness.
9. Crowned Eagle:
The crowned eagle is the most powerful eagles of Africa. It is a colorful bird. It has black or dark brown wings, cream-colored breast with black barring or mottling. Its tail has three black bands, and its rounded wings have white undersides. The crowned eagle is quite a vocal bird. It produces far-carrying calls during the flights. It also uses its shrill voice to send warning signals. The crowned eagle is a formidable predator. It can kill prey up to several times its weight.
10. Martial Eagle:
Martial eagles are the largest of all the African eagles. They are incredibly powerful and can knock off an adult man easily off his feet. They also have the power to a break a man’s arm. Martial eagles weigh almost 6.5 kg and have a wingspan of about 6 feet. They are dark brown in color with black streaks. And they have very large talons. Martial eagles like feeding on mammals like antelopes and Hyrax. They martial spend much of its time on the wings. They usually soar about the hill slopes and are often invisible to the naked eyes.
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11. Black Eagle:
Black Eagles are large, forest-dwelling eagles occurring along the range spanning from Pakistan to the Malay Peninsula. As the name indicates, black eagles are entirely black in color. They have yellow feet and brown eyes. The beak of the black eagle is yellow to gray in color with a black tip. Black eagles usually occupy the evergreen, lowland and Montana forests around 4000 meters above the sea level. Black eagles often prey on rats, squirrels, frogs, reptiles, bats and some birds. They hunt by soaring over the creeks, rivers, ridges and forests.
12. Booted Eagle:
The booted eagle is a stocky and small eagle with heavily feathered legs and a round head. It occurs in two colors, light brown and dark brown. One of the beautiful coloring pages of eagles to color. It feeds on reptiles, mammals, and small birds. The species of birds is migratory, but its population in the northern Balearic Islands is somewhat permanent. The booted eagles reside in a broad range of habitats like a desert, woodlands, and plantations. They usually live in Asia, North Africa, and Europe.
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13. Tawny Eagle:
Widespread and common, tawny eagles are large, handsome bird of prey with heavily feathered legs. It is rusty brown in color with dark marks on the wings. Tawny eagles vary in terms of size, coloration, and markings. They soar high in the sky or stay on top of the tree, scarring the ground for prey. They can tackle large mammals like hares easily.
14. Steller’s Sea Eagle:
The Steller’s sea eagle is one of the largest sea and fish eagles. The natives call the bird a magnificent bird of prey. Steller’s sea eagles are native to the eastern Russia. They mostly inhabit the estuaries and coastal cliffs from where they can access fishing territories. They feed mainly on Salmons that they catch by swooping from the lurches located by the sea’s edge. This large, blackish-brown bird has an enormous yellow bill. And the feathers on its legs, tails and shoulders are white in color.
15. Crescent Serpent Eagle:
The crescent serpent eagle is a medium-sized eagle found throughout Indochina and southern Asia. These eagles are dark brown and have a light brown underside. They have white streaks or spots on the wings. The crescent-shaped eagles occur in habitats like mangrove swamps, ravines, evergreen, rainforest and deciduous forests. And they love feeding on snakes, frogs and toads.
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16. Eagle Attacking Tinker Bell:
Tinker Bell is in danger here. A giant eagle is just about to devour her. Can your child help her by splashing some colors on this page? Tinker Bell, fondly called Tink, is a character from the film “Peter Pan”. Tinker Bell is the symbol of magic in the world of Disney. She is a stubborn, sassy and opinionated pixie. She never thinks before undertaking any adventure. Tink is also a hot-tempered fairy. Her face turns red in anger.
Here’s a coloring page of Marahute, a giant female golden eagle from the Disney feature film ‘Rescuers Down Under”. She has a great love for him and always thanks him for saving his life. Marahute is a kind and gentle giant eagle whose massive girth causes a problem. One of her wings once knocked off Cody from a tall cliff, well almost. Marahute is an intelligent eagle and has a great sense of humor. Marahute is a hybrid of a Golden and a Wedge-tailed Eagle. She is a slender and beautiful eagle with ruby red eyes, golden wings, yellow beak and white head, legs and body.
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18. Angry Eagle:
This Eagle coloring pictures looks infuriated. What could be the reason for his anger? We think adding some bright colors to his figure can help it calm down. While your child is painting, test his knowledge by questioning him about eagles. Also, tell him how some of the species are going extinct because of man’s carelessness.
A Griffin or griffon is a legendary character from the Greek mythology. The beast is a cross between an eagle and a lion. A Griffin has large orange bean, yellow ears, cat-like eyes and front talons. The neck, head, and chest have thick, red feathers. The rest of the body is of a lion. And this beast is huge! It is at least as big as a truck. A griffon has some of the most incredible power and abilities. It is fearsome and extremely challenging. Griffins cannot speak, but they can easily understand the modern languages.
20. Sam The Eagle:
The happy go lucky eagle you see here is Sam, the American Eagle who hosted the Disneyland attraction, “American Sings”. You will always see him dressed in patriotic attire. He wears a red and blue suit, and a white top hat and a shield. The change in his outfit depends on the era he is living. Sam always begins and ends the show by singing the modified version of the song “Yankee Doodle”. Ollie the Owl is Sam’s sidekick.
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Our eagle coloring pages will help your child identify the majestic bird better, thereby helping them in their school activities. If you and your child liked our eagle coloring sheets, then please feel free to share with your friends and family. Tell us how your kid enjoyed them.
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