Golden Eagle Facts | Switzerland Wildlife Guide
Golden eagles mostly live solitary lives or with a monogamous partner. They do not use vocalizations, except during breeding season. When defending their territory, they use undulating flight versus sound.
Pairs of eagles often hunt together, one chasing the prey to exhaustion, and the other swooping in for the kill. They eat the prey immediately. When breeding, female golden eagles primarily take care of incubation, though males will take on some of the responsibility. The female also broods the chicks for much of the time for 45 days after hatching.