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Bald Eagle.


The bald eagle also known as Haliaeetus Leucocephalus, there found over most of Canada, North America and Alaska. Half of the worlds 70,000 live in Alaska. They fluorish in North America due to the high amount of Salmon. Eagles are a member of the Accipitridae Family which also includes hawks and kites. They are now considered an Endangered Species since 1967.


More information can be found on http://www.eagles.org/moreabout.html

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I understand that Zoology is a branch of Biology, which is why there should be large discussion on it.


There is no zoo in zoology, wrote Charles Harrington Elster. (There Is No Zoo in Zoology: And Other Beastly Mispronunciations by Charles Harrington Elster )


You may have missed our birding thread in the Earth Sciences section. Our member Cedars has nesting Bald Eagles nearby & regularly describes their activities.

I like birding myself and photograph them from time to time. Here's a Northern Red-shafted Flicker

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