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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In the resulting mural, a German golden eagle and an American bald eagle face each other with their respective flags in the background joined by graffiti lettering.
The next few hours went by in a blur, but the boys were particularly enchanted by the Bird of Prey show, which featured some truly stunning specimens which flew low over the heads of the crowds, including a majestic American Bald Eagle.
Ten year old Jason has become even more fascinated and inspired by the American Bald Eagle. His adventures exploring the habits and abilities of the great bird have increased since he was five years old in this intriguing nature series appealing to boys ages 9-12.
spoke of the American bald eagle soaring on two wings: one right, one left.
The American bald eagle is extremely sensitive to human activity and chooses nesting sites where it cannot be easily observed by people ...
The butterfly hardly has the cachet and renown of the northern spotted owl or the American bald eagle. The owl is still on the federal protection list, and faring poorly.
The African Fish-Eagle belongs to the same genus as the American Bald Eagle, the USA's national bird, and both prey predominantly on fish which are caught just below the surface of the water in a spectacular stoop.
Nationwide is a long-time supporter of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, dating back to Hanna's early days as zoo director in 1978 and Nationwide's support of the American Bald Eagle Exhibit.
TAXIDERMIST Doug Coates has put the finishing touches on his latest stuffed specimen - a magnificent American bald eagle.
At the center of the badge is an American bald eagle, a symbol of the United States and air power.
Speaking in the Commons, he said: "I logged on to the internet and could have purchased a leopard, a zebra, sea turtles, chimpanzees, an American bald eagle, an alligator, a mountain lion and a Lear's macaw."
A refuge for wildlife that includes protected species including the American bald eagle. Considered to be one of the most beautiful properties on the east coast, watching these great birds swoop down over the Delaware River below is a sight to behold!
Congress adopted the American bald eagle as the nation's emblem on June 20, 1798.
Americans sang the national anthem and "God Bless America" with fervor, and an American bald eagle gilded into Yankee Stadium before Game 3 of the World Series.
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