Bald Eagle Facts Video for Kids
This video explains a lot of amazing facts about Bald eagle.
How can we identify a bald eagle? There are more than 65 species of eagle. But bald eagle can be easily recognized by its unique body structure. It has completely brown body, white head and tail, and a hooked yellow beak. They are one of the largest raptors.
Quick facts: –
- They can be easily found in North America.
- Opposite to their name, bald eagles are not bald. They have this name because of their completely white head.
- Bald eagle is both the national bird and national animal of United States of America.
- Their favourite food is fish but they eat rabbits and some other dead animals too.
- Their lifespan is around 20 years.
- A fully-grown bald eagle can weigh up to 7 kg.
- Their wingspan can be 7 feet wide.
- They prefer to make their nests in trees near water bodies. Their nests can weigh up to 1 ton.
- They rarely flip their wings while flying.
- On an average they produce up to 3 eggs in a year.
- They are known for Talon clasping.
- Their gestation period is about 7-10 days.
- Their mating season starts from September and ends in April.
- Bald eagles are not born with their unique body color. They start acquiring it at the age of 3.
- Once they got listed as endangered animal but recovered soon.
- A bald eagle is appeared in the Great Seal of the USA.
- Females are larger in size in comparison to male bald eagle.
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