Bald Eagle By: raesEAN F. & Siomara H.

Facts:

1. Bald eagles typically lay 1-3 eggs.

2. Migrating eagles travel 30 miles per hour during the day.

3. Bald eagles are capable of seeing fish in the water from several hundred feet above.

4. They typically live near bodies of water in Canada and Alaska also in 48 other states.

Created By
RAESEAN FRANKLIN
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Created with images by maxmann - "bald eagle adler bird of prey" • skeeze - "bald eagle bird snow" • 3211043 - "eagle raptor bird"

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