Bald Eagle By Mackenzie

The Bald Eagle lives in Deserts, forests, mountains, meadows, and marshes. They usually perch on the branches of trees and cliffs. They do thisTo see the landscape and detect prey.

Eagles eat many things, they may eat fish, rabbits, squirrels, and poisonous snakes!

Bald eagles can lay as many as five eggs, though clutches of one to three eggs are much more common; these eggs typically have mixed hatching success, with the average eagle ending up with a brood of about two chicks.

Bald eagles in their nest

Credits:

Created with images by Schoggimousse - "underwater fish atlantis" • Marit & Toomas Hinnosaar - "Rabbit" • Jonas B - "Squirrel" • shankar s. - "Albino Cobra" • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Midwest Region - "Bald Eagles Preparing The Nest"

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