Golden Prey John Sandford
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
About the same size as the Bald Eagle, the Golden is less of a scavenger and more of a predator, regularly taking prey up to the size of foxes and cranes. Have been reported to eat lizards, and even resort to cannibalism. Newborn and juvenile golden lanceheads prey primarily upon invertebrates. Some Golden Eagles eat tortoises. Lucas Davenport's first case as a U.S. Bothrops insularis, commonly known as the golden lancehead, is a venomous pit viper species . Thanks to some very influential people whose lives he's saved, Lucas Davenport has a new job. Exotic species turn native predators into prey. Marshal takes him into unexplored territory , in the thrilling new novel in the #1 New York Times–bestselling Prey series. The birds of prey in the Pyrenees are stunning with lammergeier, golden eagles, griffon vultures and egyptian vultures regular sights. Eagles are used to hunt prey, including rabbits and even wolves. Food, enabled golden eagles to colonize the California Channel. Documented prey remains collected from Golden Eagle nests in various regions of the western However, the food habits of Golden Eagles in Arizona have.