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Bald eagle

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  • 1. B a l d E a g l e WE DON’T WAN’T TO BECOME EXTINCT!
  • 2. Appearance The bald eagle is mainly brown with a white head and tail. It has a hooked beak and sharp claws.
  • 3. Size
    • The female bald eagle is 35 to 37 inches,
    • the male bald eagle is usually 34 inches.
    Female bald eagle Male bald eagle
  • 4. Outer covering
    • They have wings and feathers.
  • 5. Special adaptations They have a very sharp eyesight.
  • 6. Fact Bald eagles are the national bird of U.S.A. B
  • 7. Where does it live? It lives in North America, Alaska, Canada and Northern Mexico.
  • 8. Environment It prefers habitats near sea coasts, rivers and oceans ECT. They live in old growth trees or hard wood trees for perching roosting and nesting.
  • 9. Food It feeds on almost anything it can catch, including ducks, turtles, snakes and carrion.
  • 10. HOME Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home It build nests with twigs, mud and sticks.
  • 11. CONSUMER Bald eagles are consumers , because they eat other things.
  • 12. Endangered Bald eagles are endangered because some people hunt them for their feathers and meat, cut down forests, litter and make pollution.
  • 13. Conservation Efforts People are saving bald eagle in national parks. there are less people cutting down trees now. Glacier national park
  • 14. What can children do We can put up signs on the roads ,streets and other places. We can protect their environment and plant new trees. Save Bald Eagles
  • 15. Ending Page Please stop killing bald eagles, cutting down t o o o o o much trees and littering or making pollution so they won’t become EXTINCT!!! Thank you for listening, the end !!!

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