Nature Walk: Bald Eagles

By Taylor on February 4, 2013 in Blog

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Over wintering bald eagles can be seen across the country in large and small groups or as single birds. Groups usually include a number of mature adults and a collection of juveniles up to four years in age. Immature or juvenile bald eagles are mottled brown and often mistaken for golden eagles. Although golden eagles range across the entire country, during the winter months they are found in very small numbers. Data collected on mature birds indicates that bald eagles are slightly larger than golden eagles and, as with all birds of prey, female birds are larger than males.

Interested in learning even more about bald eagles? Check out the five fast eagle facts we posted a few weeks ago!

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