The Golden Eagle in San Diego County, California

  title={The Golden Eagle in San Diego County, California},
  author={James B. Dixon},
  journal={The Condor},
  • J. B. Dixon
  • Published 1 March 1937
  • Environmental Science
  • The Condor
The Golden Eagle (Aqtih chrystitos) is a common resident bird in San Diego County, California. This article sets forth my observations on this bird during the period 1900-1936, including some data as to sizes and numbers of eggs laid during the lifetimes of two pairs. On the map (fig. 14) each area shown is the feeding range of a pair of eagles. The only feeding area in which the nesting site has not been located is the one be- 

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