At least 12,700 of the 12-pound predatory birds migrate to the state each summer in order to create new golden eagles.
Interesting findings and in light of Sheep populatons discussed in the other thread. But also no mention of Dall Sheep in the article...
"Chocolate-brown golden eagles are about the same size as bald eagles. Instead of congregating around rivers like bald eagles, goldens prefer open country of mountain slopes and tundra landscapes.
There, the birds use curved talons the length of human fingers to puncture their prey, which includes ground squirrels, ptarmigan, snowshoe hares and sometimes even caribou and musk ox calves.