This powerful eagle is North America's biggest bird of prey and the national bird of Mexico. These birds are darkish brown, with lighter golden-brown plumage on their heads and necks. They are extremely swift and can dive upon their quarry at speeds of more than a hundred and fifty miles per hour.

Golden eagle:

First up, the newly well-known scariest fowl in the world, the golden eagle. Found in North America, Eurasia, and northern Africa, the golden eagle is North America's largest chook of prey and holds the honor of being the national bird of Mexico. Measuring from 27-33 inches in length, the golden eagle has a wingspan of 78 inches and weighs 7-14 pounds. It feeds on rabbits, marmots, squirrels, and hares, but has additionally been recognized to snatch foxes, livestock, and even adult deer and caribou. Although golden eagles are effective adequate to kill a man, they have never been recognized to assault adult people as prey. Or strive to whisk babies from parks in Montreal.