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Bald eagles

  1. 1. The Strongest Birds EverBy: Eros V.
  2. 2. Bald Eagle’s PreyFishSnakesDucksRabbitsSalmonDeerHareMuskratsLizards
  3. 3. Bald Eagle (The National bird of the U.S.A.)
  4. 4. Bald eagle factsWhen one feather falls the other(that the same)falls from the otherside.Bald eagles can weigh ten tofourteen pounds.Bald eagles have 7,000 feathers.Nesting cycle-about 20 weeks.Lifting power-about four pounds.A female is bigger than a male.Bald eagles are big and powerful.Bald eagles can grow 29 to42 incheslong.They live in the wild for 20 years.Bald eagles are not bald.The bald eagle is the bird of prey.
  5. 5. Endangered Animals Bald eagles became endangered in 1967. Natural habitat destroyed. People hunt the same food as bald eagles. More than 100,000 killed from 1917 to 1953 Today no longer endangered.
  6. 6. The Graph Of Bald Eagles
  7. 7. World without the baldeagleThere would notbe a national bird.The quarter willnot be complete.The food chainwill not becomplete.
  8. 8. Food Chain1. Grass2. Mouse3. Snake4. Bald eagle
  9. 9. Life cycle The mother lays 1-3 eggs. The mother sits on the egg for a few weeks. The father feeds the eaglets. The young eagle looks different than a adult. When the bald eagle is 4 or 5 years , it gets to breed
  10. 10. What kills a bald eagleHumansOwlsWolvesOther eaglesRaccoonsFox
  11. 11. How humans kill bald eaglesHitting them with cars.Destroying naturalhabitats.Hunting the same foodas bald eagles.Poisoning the baldeagles prey.
  12. 12. Body PartsTalonsHeadBeakWingsFeetLegs
  13. 13. Bald Eagles TodayThe national bird ofthe U.S.A.No longer endangeredProtected everywhere
  14. 14. Jobs that protect bald eagles The American Bald Eagle Foundation Defe
  15. 15. Thank you for watching my power point and I hope youlearned something about bald eagles and their timeline!

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