Bald Eagle


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The Bald Eagle Is The American National Bird because Its in the American Coat Of Arms. The Scientific name for the Bald Eagle is Haliaeetus Leucocephalus. The Average life span for the Bald Eagle is about 25-40 years. Their average wing span is 2 meters in length. Their average weight is about 2.7-4 kgs for males and 4.5-6.8 kgs for females. Bald Eagles are on the top of the food chain but have no natural enemies
Cells: The Bald Eagle has more than a 1,000,000 Cells.

Respond: The Bald Eagles Respond to the enviroment by eating more fish to lower the fish population.
Reproduce: The Bald Eagle Reproduces twice a year and lay 4-5 eggs every year.
Grow and Develope: The Bald Eagle babies stay in the nest for a year and every year they return to their nest.

Air: Bald Eagles breathe out of their nose.

Food: Ducks, Wading Birds, Turtles, Snakes, and dead animal matter.

Water: Bald Eagles plunge into a lake, river or ocean and returns a couple seconds later and continues flyingor goes to the nearest land to rest or eat.

Shelter: Bald Eagles usally go to a tree with alot of branches and makes a nest near the top of the tree or in the middle.

Kingdom: Animalia means they are multicellular and they feed off living things.

Phylum: Chordata means the well known vertebrates.

Class: Aves means a vertebrate class in birds.

Order: Accipitriformes means a order that has been proposed to include most of the diurnal birds.

Family: Accipitridae means 1 of the 2 major families within the order Accipitriformes (the diurnal birds of prey).

Genus: Haliaeetus

Species: H. Leucocephalus