Bald Eagle

     Breeding resident      Breeding summer visitor,      Winter visitor      On migration only

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The Bald Eagle is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

American Bald Eagle Information Status of the bald eagle - On June 28, 2007 the Interior Department took the American bald eagle off the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants. Final rule announcing the de-listing of the bald eagle. The bald eagle will still be protected by the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act. US Fish & Wildlife Service Endangered Species Bulletin 2007, 2008, and 2009 highlights.pdf. More

Juvenile Bald Eagle in flight. Head of the juvenile Bald Eagle Subspecies H. l. washingtoniensis in flight, Alaska Eating whale carrion Two chicks (eaglets). Chick with parent. A nesting pair. The Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) is a bird of prey found in North America. It is the national bird and symbol of the United States of America. This sea eagle has two known sub-species and forms a species pair with the White-tailed Eagle. More

American Bald Eagle Information American Bald Eagle Description baldeagleinfo. More

Bald eagles snatch fish at the water surface, rob osprey of fish, and eat carrion. They nest in lone trees, often on river islands. Though still protected in the U.S., the bald eagle is no longer considered an endangered species. For more information on bald eagle, visit Britannica.com. More

Bald Eagle range ██ Resident, breeding██ Summer visitor, breeding██ Winter visitor██ On migration only██ Star: accidental records Bald Eagle range ██ Resident, breeding██ Summer visitor, breeding██ Winter visitor██ On migration only██ Star: accidental records Subspecies * H. l. leucocephalus (Linnaeus, 1766) Southern Bald Eagle * H. l. More

The bald eagle is the only eagle unique to North America. Its distinctive brown body and white head and tail make it easy to identify even from a distance. When flying, the bald eagle very rarely flaps its wings but soars instead, holding its wings almost completely flat. Its hooked bill, legs and feet are yellow. Bald Eagle and Human - ScaleFast Facts - Length: Around 3 feet; males are smaller. More

Bald eagle in snowstorm The bald eagle is the symbol of the United States and a source of pride for much of the nation. However, one of most famous founding fathers, Benjamin Franklin, hated the idea of the bald eagle as the national symbol. Benjamin Franklin said, "I wish the eagle had not been chosen as the representative of this country. He is a bird of bad moral character; he does not get his living honestly. More

The bald eagle is best known as the national emblem of the United States of America. It was chosen for this honor in 1782 by the Second Continental Congress because the species is unique to North America. However, the bald eagle went from being common in the early 1700s to extremely rare in the lower 48 states by the 1960s. This precipitous decline was due to loss of habitat and nesting trees, food contamination by pesticides, and illegal shooting. More

The Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus Leucocephalus) is found only on the North American continent. Adult male eagles generally weigh about 9 pounds. Adult females weigh in at between 12 and 13 pounds. Adult eagles have a wing span of up to 7 feet. Immature eagles are mottled brown and white. The distinct white head and tail of the mature bird is developed at 5 years of age. In the wild, bald eagles live to between 30 and 35 years. More

The national emblem of the United States, the Bald Eagle was threatened with extinction in the lower 48 states because of DDT (a type of pesticide) poisoning. Protection under the Endangered Species Act, together with reintroduction programs, brought populations up, and the species was reclassified as Threatened in 1995. By 1999 some were suggesting that Bald Eagles could be removed from the endangered species list, and they were delisted in June 2007—a true conservation success story. More

Bald Eagle Festival POSTPONED for 2010!! 2010 Festival cancelled. More

Official Status: De-listed, the bald eagle has been de-listed throughout it range in the lower 48 states, except for the Sonoran Desert distinct population segment in portions of Arizona, where it remains threatened status. Date listed: The Department of the Interior first listed the bald eagle as a threatened species on March 11, 1967, under the Endangered Species Preservation Act of 1966. More

The bald eagle is truly an all-American bird - it is the only eagle unique to North America. It ranges over most of the continent, from the northern reaches of Alaska and Canada down to northern Mexico. The bald eagle, our national symbol, is listed as endangered under the Endangered Species Act in 43 of the lower 48 states and listed as threatened in Michigan, Minnesota, Oregon, Washington, and Wisconsin. (There are about 40,000 bald eagles in Alaska and none in Hawaii. More

Bald Eagle The bald eagle is 30-31 inches in length with a wingspan of 6-7 feet. It has a dark brown body, a white tail and a white head and shoulders. It has bright yellow eyes, a large hooked yellow bill, and powerful yellow legs and talons. Young bald eagles won't have a white head and shoulders until they are about five years old. Males and females look alike, although the female is a little larger. More

Selection of Bald Eagle pictures and photos photographed on several bird watching trips. - Here you will find our selection of Eagle Pictures and photos. Most of the Eagle pictures are taken of Bald Eagles in Brackendale, Vancouver Island, and on Homer Spit in Alaska. All of these destinations are wonderful vacation spots and are great for bird watching, especially for Bald Eagles. More

the bald eagle as our national symbol in 1782. Then as now, the eagle represented “a free spirit, high soaring and courageous.” Moreover, the bald eagle has always been uniquely American, found only on our continent. At the time the Republic was formed, the bald eagle was common in North America, soaring through the skies over its timber-bordered lakes, streams, and coastlines. Perhaps as many as 25,000 lived in what we now call the lower 48 states. More

* co-005 Bald Eagle Proof Half Dollar * Miscellaneous * mi-001 Vienna Coffee Mug * mi-003 Desk Clock * mi-009 Audubon Eagle * mi-011 Refrigerator Magnet More

Welcome to the 16th Annual Alaska Bald Eagle Festival in Haines, Alaska! Celebrating the largest gathering of Bald Eagles in the World! • Flight for Freedom Eagle Release • Wednesday Evening Entertainment • Photographer of the Year • Thursday Evening Entertainment • Wildlife Center Photography Workshop • Friday Evening Free More

Description: The bald eagle is the only large brown bird with a white head and tail. It has a massive yellow beak and yellow feet. Immature bald eagles have dark beaks and are dark all over with highly variable white splotching. The birds don't attain sexual maturity and the adult plumage of white head and tail until four to five years old. Sexes are similar in appearance, with females often noticeably larger than males. Northern birds are larger than southern birds. More

The bald eagle's scientific name (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) means "white-headed sea-eagle." Eagle Description The adult bald eagle is a striking dark brownish black bird with a white head and tail. Juvenile birds are a mottled brown with white blotches. They do not obtain the full distinctive plumage of the adults until they are four or five years old. Bills, legs, and feet are a deep yellow. More

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Order : Falconiformes
Family : Accipitridae
Genus : Haliaeetus
Species : leucocephalus
Authority : (Linnaeus, 1766)
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