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    Bald eagles and peregrine falcons are both similar in numerous ways. The bald eagle and peregrine falcon are birds of prey that can both be found in North America. The bald eagle mainly feeds on fish while the peregrine falcon mainly feeds on other small birds. Bald eagles can mainly be found in the North America. There are about 70,000 bald eagles in North America, including Alaska and Canada. The bald eagle breeds in any American wetland habitat such as seacoasts, rivers, and lakes that have many fish in the vast open water areas. Whenever bald eagles look for areas for nesting they typically use forested habitats with many trees. The forested habitats are usually located away from human disturbance. Bald eagle nesting locations are protected…

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    The bald eagle has been recognized as the “national symbol of the United States since 1782”(Lee, Ray). The bald eagle is brown in color on the body and wings but is a pearly white on the head and tail. The American quarter and dollar bill both have the bald eagle symbol on them. The bald eagle means freedom to the American citizens. It has been “a symbol for native people for far longer than that” ("Bald Eagle Identification”). The bald eagle spends its first four to five years exploring vast…

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    This bird along with many others are called birds of prey. Eagles, hawks, and falcons are three species of the numerous kinds of birds of prey. One kind of eagle is the bald eagle. The bald eagle is from the genus Haliaetus leucocephalus. The bald eagle's head, neck, and tail are white, and its body is dark brown. Its size is 30-43 inches tall, and its wingspan is 7-8 feet in length. The bald eagle usually lives around coasts, rivers, and mountains. It ranges from Alaska, Canada, to the south…

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    wouldn’t have any of these things, as they are the ones who granted us pure American freedom. But what is it that symbolizes America as a whole, might we ask? That is easily narrowed down to one simple answer, the bald eagle. Supposedly, the bald eagle was chosen as a symbol of America simply because it symbolizes strength, courage, and freedom of course. They had felt that this animal represented those traits and…

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    The Endangered Species Act is the most successful and important conservation act in the United States of America. More than 2,000 plants and animals are protected under this act and 93% of these species have remained stable since they became protected under the ESA. The Endangered Species Act is administered by two federal agencies, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The ESA has helped prevent some of our most beloved creatures…

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    It is our national bird. The Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) is a very large bird of prey found in throughout North America (Figure 7). It has mostly dark brown feathers, except for having white feathers on its head (Figure 6). This is how it got the name bald eagle. Their legs and bills are yellow. Babies are not born with this color pattern but obtain it in about five years. They live near bodies of water such as “lakes, reservoirs, rivers, marshes, and coasts” (All about Birds). I live…

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    But as I listened closely, I heard something else. Something that sounded like feathers. “What? Oh ya. Cat. What about you?” I asked the question carefully, not wanting to cross any boundaries. “Bald Eagle I think.” Hazel 's voice shook as she talked. “Hey. It 's not all bad. Look at this.” Hazel snapped out a pair of brown wings, brushing my face as she did. I stared in awe as she tested out the muscles. “Can you fly with those?” I had a hard time keeping the jealousy out of my voice. All I…

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    I was around the age of Ten when I first caught a fish in Canada. It was in the middle of a hot summer day. There was the smell of newly bloomed flowers in the air. We were getting ready to board the boat when a bald eagle soared across the baby blue summer sky. The engine had just been turned on, and you could hear the steady beating drum of the motor, and you could smell the pungent odor of gasoline being burned. We had been gliding and bouncing over the dark murkey water for what felt like…

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    Bald Eagle Interview Script Anna: (Eccentric voice) Tonight! On Bald Eagle Media, we have two special guests! Let me introduce Mr. President and The First Lady. (Audience clapping) I am your host, AB in the house! (Dabs) Now, let’s get on with the show. Everyone at the studio thanks you for coming to our neck of the woods for this video. We realize it was a far fly from Washington D.C., but we are so glad you could make it. The First Lady: Oh, it is our pleasure! We have relatives here in…

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    A contractor was hired by the city to trim some pine trees outside city council to touch up the area. However there were bald eagle nests up in the tree and when he trimmed it those nests they fell to the ground and the chicks died upon hitting the ground. In the nests there were a number of feathers and those were suppose to be taken by the government to be given to native americans for their headpieces. The problem was that some bystanders knew that bald eagle feathers are worth a pretty penny…

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