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But one bald eagle nesting at the Channel Islands, near the quake’s epicenter, wasn’t so sure everything was going to be OK.
According to CBS Sports the bald eagle has made an appearance in five World Series and other sporting events.
At the Minnesota Twins’ home opener against the Seattle Mariners, however, a confused – or rebellious – bald eagle flew onto Mariners pitcher James Paxton.
But for all their size -- their wings can span nearly eight feet -- bald eagles numbered only a few hundred nationwide by the early 1960s.
Orange County raptor researcher Scott Thomas said bald eagles are in a state of recovery — now off the federal endangered list.
Here are some other posts and photo galleries of the St. Clair bald eagles.
There was a time when bald eagles were lucky to just successfully hatch out of their shell.
First things first, bald eagles can fly, which gives them an advantage over every other creature on this list.
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BALD EAGLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bald eagle for English Language Learners
: a very large bird of North America that has a white head and white tail feathers
BALD EAGLE Defined for Kids
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