Its size is somewhat smaller than that of the Golden Eagle, standing at around 180 centimeters, with a generalized brownish color, with lighter shades on the neck and shoulders. In this case, the females are slightly larger than the males.

It is a bird typical of the Iberian Peninsula, which until not long ago was in danger of extinction, although fortunately in recent years its population has recovered.

The Mediterranean forest and the pine forests of the Central System are their favorite habitats.

Águila Imperial en los Montes de Toledo