Territories of Golden Eagle (a huge bird of prey, with only the white-tailed eagle larger in the UK) pairs may be as large as 60 square miles, they are monogamous and may remain with their mate
for several years or possibly for life.
They nest in high places, like cliffs, trees, or human structures such as telephone poles and the Golden Eagle build huge nests to which they may return for several breeding years. Females lay
from one to four eggs, and both parents incubate them for 40 to 45 days.
The Golden Eagle has long broad wings and longish tail, which is a different outline to the smaller buzzard.