Yes. All eagles are put into the category of birds of prey. Even the smallest species, such as the Booted Eagle, are built to hunt. Eagles have even been used in falconry.
Yes. All different species of eagles are birds of prey. This is because they are scientifically classified in the order Falconiformes, also known as raptors. All the birds in this order are known for their ability to hunt and thrive as winged carnivores. Amongst approximately 280 different species (including hawks, owls, falcons, caracaras, ospreys, vultures, etc.) all species that fall into the order of Falconiformes are considered birds of prey. Within this order all of the 59 different species of eagle are categorized into the Accipitridae family.
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