Harpy Eagle Study is a sketch inspired by the majestic Harpy Eagle. The Harpy Eagles are indigenous to Central and South America. The females are larger than the males, and can weigh up to twenty pounds. This species relies on the canopy to live and hunt. Because of that, it is considered at rick due to habitat loss. Harpy pairs will produce two eggs every two to four years typically. However, once the first egg hatches, the other is ignored. Full focus goes to their chick for the first six or seven months of its life.