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  • Bald Eagles
    By: Grace Whitman.
    Bald Eagles.
  • Body
    Talons, sharp claws.
    Beak, curved top part under eyes.
    Eyes, what they see with.
  • Habitat
    North America.
    Tree or tall rocks.
    In nests.
  • Food
    Ducks.
    Swans.
    Geese.
  • Life Cycle
    Female Eagles lay one to three eggs.
    Eaglets hach six weeks after the mother lay the eggs.
    Eaglets leave the nest when they are 12 weeks old.
  • Fun Facts
    Bald Eagles are not bald.
    Bald Eagles use their wings to help them swim.
    Bald Eagles often steal food from other birds and animals.
  • Glossary
    Beak – the hard, pointed part of a bird’s mouth
    Eaglet – a young eagle
    Hatch – to break out of an egg
    Prey – an animal hunted by another animal for food
    Talon – a long sharp claw
  • Citation Information
    “Eagles.” PebbleGo. www.pebblego.com