Golden Eagle
Aquila chrysaetos

f4 @ 1/400s, ISO:2000, Nikon D300S w 500mm

"Golden eagle," Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For centuries, this species has been one of the most highly regarded birds used in falconry, with the Eurasian subspecies having been used to hunt and kill prey such as gray wolves (Canis lupus) in some native communities. Due to its hunting prowess, the golden eagle is regarded with great mystic reverence in some ancient, tribal cultures. The golden eagle is one of the most extensively studied species of raptor in the world in some parts of its range, such as the Western United States and the Western Palearctic.
Flatanger, Norway