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“Bwarrr! Me Eyrie... mighty eagle! Need sleep now...”
Eyrie, Banjo-Kazooie

Eyrie is a character in Banjo-Kazooie.

Physical traits[edit]

As a baby, Eyrie has small wings and large, tan feet with sharp talons. He wears a baby diaper. Eyrie's body and tail are covered in orange feathers, although the feathers near his belly are yellow. Eyrie has a tan beak and green eyes.

As an adult, Eyrie is a bald eagle and is even larger than before. He has golden feet, a yellow beak, brown feathers, and white feathers for his head and neck. Eyrie's eyes are blue, and he also has two large white weathers on top of his head.


He is an eagle whom Banjo and Kazooie must raise throughout the four seasons until he becomes an adult. He is found atop his nest in Click Clock Wood. He is born in the spring when Banjo and Kazooie break open his egg. Eyrie tells them he must sleep for the rest of the season. During summer and autumn, Eyrie is very hungry and asks Banjo and Kazooie to feed him caterpillars, allowing him to grow bigger and stronger in coming seasons. In the autumn, he asks for more caterpillars than in the summer. By winter, Eyrie has become an adult, and he flies away, leaving behind a Jiggy for Banjo and Kazooie. After this, Eyrie is not seen again.

In Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts, a portrait of Eyrie can be found near the Mumbo's Mountain stonehenge in Banjoland. Eyrie is also mentioned in the Jiggosseum's scoreboard (being referred to as "'Eagle' Eyrie") where, in the "Golf" category, it is stated that he scored 3 points in the "Frustrating Weekend Hobby Cup Round 2."


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese エアリー