bald eagle

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a large eagle of North America that has a white head and dark wings and body

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Adult male Bald Eagle 201 was the single exception: he flew to British Columbia, Canada, but stayed only 5 d at his northernmost stopover site before starting his southbound migration.
Bald eagle Henry has taken himself off from Warwick Castle for a summer holiday jaunt
from 1940 to 1950, used primarily to control malaria, typhus and other human diseases transmitted through insects, caused bald eagle populations to plummet to an all-time low of 487 nesting pairs in 1963.
citizens to celebrate by remembering the Bald Eagle's dramatic recovery, reflecting on its special symbolism, and conducting educational activities and ceremonies (including recognizing "American Eagles" in their communities--those individuals who exemplify the qualities the bald eagle represents.
These are the 1st recorded incidents of Bald Eagle predation on deer fawns in this ecosystem and, to my knowledge, of Odocoileus hemionus; however, there have been 2 previously recorded predation events on White-Tailed Deer fawns (Line 1961; Duquette and others 2011).
In early June, DEC received a report of a dead adult bald eagle found along a road in Henrietta, just south of Rochester.
The prince, 66, flinched as Zephyr the bald eagle - mascot of the Army Air Corps - tried to fly off while being shown to the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall at Norfolk's Sandringham Flower Show.
Webster Lake has had regular bald eagle visitors since 2009.
The most majestic example of Mississippi wildlife and a temporary resident is the bald eagle, Haliaeetus leucocephalus.
With a white head and tail, and larger than most other birds, it can only be the bald eagle.
Recently, the new Bald Eagle design won a contest on the company's Facebook page and is now available for public purchase.
A federal appeals court has further expanded the rights of religious adherents to claim exemptions from secular laws that others must follow thanks to a recent ruling that said members of Native American tribes not recognized by the federal government may possess bald eagle feathers.
The monogamous bald eagle preys mostly on fish and ranges from Alaska to Florida to the Channel Islands--sea to shining sea.
Return Flight is a half-hour documentary that chronicles the restoration of the Bald Eagle to the Channel Islands in the face of pervasive DDT contamination.