bald eagle

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Synonyms for bald eagle

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

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The American Bald Eagle exhibit was built in 1989 in part by a grant from the Utica National Group Foundation.
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.
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.
wields a die grinder Saturday to sculpt the likeness of an American bald eagle from a redwood stump.
The Investment Arms limited-edition guns included the American Elk Hunter, the American Bald Eagle, the Harry Carey Jr.
In a bid to improve transatlantic sales, Mr Macallen has designed a millennium sword which features the head of an American Bald Eagle.
The area has a strong conservation movement and is home to more than 200 species of birds, including herons, egrets, cranes, pelicans and even the American bald eagle.
The new American Bald Eagle Foundation building, at Second Street and Haines Highway near the visitor center in Haines, is also worth a visit.
On the front of the seal, there is a picture of an American bald eagle holding 13 arrows (symbolizing war), 13 olive leaves (symbolizing peace), 13 stripes on its shield (which stand for unity), and 13 stars above its head (the number of the original colonies).
Last June, an American bald eagle, found months earlier with a broken wing and nursed back to health, was set free in Maryland near the Chesapeake Bay.
The American bald eagle ranges north to the Arctic, while the caracara, or Mexican eagle, ranges south to the tip of South America.
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