Harpy Eagle in flight. Photo taken by Jitze Couperus, published on Flickr    Harpy Eagles have a wide territorial span across
    South American. Their location ranges from as
    far North as Mexico, and South down to Paraguay
    or Argentina.  However their most populated area
    is focused in Brazil.   Harpy Eagles are most
    content in the canopy of trees where there is
    ample shelter and food available. The canopy also
    provides perching opportunities for the eagles to
    rest and look for possible prey.   Although they
    typically do not hunt or spend time in disruptive
    or open areas, they have been known to fly across
    diverse habitats such as open fields or even cities.

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