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By:Brynley Jo. Bald Eagles. Prey. Fish is the primary food for Bald Eagles, but they will also eat carrion, birds, small mammals, reptiles, and invertebrates. Measurement.

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Prey
  • Fish is the primary food for Bald Eagles, but they will also eat carrion, birds, small mammals, reptiles, and invertebrates.
measurement
Measurement
  • The Bald Eagle has a body length of 28 - 38 inches, a wingspan ranging from 6 - 7 1/2 feet, and a body weight averaging 7 - 14 pounds.
interesting fact
Interesting Fact
  • The Bald Eagle is the national symbol of the United States and is found on the presidential seal, money, and stamps.
reproduction
Reproduction
  • Bald Eagles build their stick nest in tall trees or on cliffs, and locate them near large bodies of water. The female lays 1 - 3 eggs with a usual clutch size of 2 eggs. The eggs are incubated for approximately 35 days, and the young eagles fledge 10 - 12 weeks after hatching.
habitat
Habitat
  • Bald Eagles are found through much of coastal Alaska, southern Canada, the United States, northern Mexico, and Baja California. These birds stay near large bodies of water.