Clanga clanga (Pallas, 1811), Class Aves, Order Falconiformes, Family Accipitridae
“The Greater Spotted Eagle is a species characteristic of low-elevation woodlands near wetlands. Body length is 59-69 cm and average weight is between 1600-2500 g, with females being larger (up to 3200 g). Wing span is 153-177 cm. It is a large, compact bird with dark brown plumage, whose silhouette in flight resembles that of the Lesser Spotted Eagle (Aquila pomarina).