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|World(s)||Click Clock Wood|
- “Bwarrr! Me Eyrie... mighty eagle! Need sleep now...”
- —Eyrie, Banjo-Kazooie
He is born in the spring when the bear and bird break open his egg in his nest, but he tells them he must sleep for all of spring. During summer and autumn, he is very hungry and asks them to feed him caterpillars so he can grow bigger and stronger in the following season.
By the winter, Eyrie has fully grown into an adult eagle and flies away, but not before rewarding Banjo and Kazooie with a Jiggy as thanks.
Eyrie is a giant eagle. When he is first hatched out, he is just a baby. He has large, tan colored feet with sharp talons, and body and tail are covered with orange feathers, and they are yellow near his belly. Eyrie has small wings, so he probably can't fly. But that's OK because he has his nice, comfy nest. His beak is also tan colored, and he has green eyes. He also wears a baby diaper, where all the unfortunate Caterpillars end up.
As an adult, Eyrie is even larger, and now resembles a bald eagle. He has golden feet and his feathers are dark brown now, with the exception of his head and neck. They are white, and his beak is now yellow. Eyrie's eyes are a rich shade of blue, and he also has two large white weathers on the top of his head.
- In Autumn, you will sometimes fall through the Eyrie's nest after feeding him the required amount of caterpillars. This is caused because Eyrie grows up after feeding him and pushes you through the nest.
- Baby Eyrie has green eyes, but as an adult, his eyes are blue.
- Eyrie is the only character in Click Clock Wood to never reappear after the other seasons.
- A Portrait of Eyrie can be found near the Mumbo's Mountain stonehenge in Banjoland.