In Pathfinder (as D&D) if you make a move action, you forfeit your secondary attack.
However, an Eagle has natural "2 x talon attack" listed as its primary, with a bite attack as a secondary.
Some GM's seem to treat the "two talon attacks" the same as a two weapon fighter attack (despite it not having the same off-hand penalty etc), only allowing 1 claw after a move action.
Other GM's treat the "two talon attack" as the primary attack, allowing both with a move action, but not the secondary bite attack.
Who is right? Please cite sources - either online or the relevant Pathfinder book and page.