When I think of an eagle, more than anything else, two things come to my mind. A presentation slide where an eagle is flying high with certain quote on ‘aspiring higher’ at the bottom and a short story of a bald eagle describing how at the age of around 40 it goes for a complete transformation to live another 30 odd years referring to change or rejuvenation in the corporate world. I certainly do not want to carry such things in my mind because I don’t see an eagle of any type inspiring a human being so much which can actually boost the performance even 5% unless it is backed by solid actions with newer ideas. The funniest part is the story about the bald eagle is actually a myth. You may refer to http://www.baldeagleinfo.com/ for the real facts and the story can be found at http://www.truthorfiction.com/rumors/b/baldeagle.htm#.URswVh2-qAd.
Probably the easiest way to get those things out of mind is to actually go and click some photographs of any eagle and have a own story in my mind. I want to remember these great predators as beautiful species to observe and photograph rather than an object from a conference room presentation.
The greater spotted eagle or simply referred as spotted eagle is seen occasionally near KG wetland and Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary. The one here was sunbathing on a lonely dry tree near KG wetland and flew to a distance once we were spotted. In my recent trip to Bhindawas Bird Sanctuary, I spotted few eagles but all of them were quite far and I could guess them as eagle mainly by their flight pattern.