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  1. 1. EaglesBy Michael K. Kayla C. Myranda C.
  2. 2. There are 59 kinds of eagles. Here are two of them:This is a picture of the Tawny eagle: This is the Harpy eagle:
  3. 3. A Fact• It’s a distinctive raptor found throughout North America from Baja California and Florida all the way to Alaska and Newfoundland.
  4. 4. Where do they migrate?• The eagle can migrate anywhere from Northern Mexico to Northern Canada
  5. 5. When Do They Mate?• Eagles Build a large nest before mating.• They mate in the early spring.• Bald Eagles in Florida sometimes mate in the winter.• The female eagle usually lay 1 to 3 eggs.
  6. 6. Baby eagles…come out of the eggs with their eyes open.At 11 to 12 weeks they leave the nest but they can’t fly very well.
  7. 7. Baby Eagles…Young eagles are called eaglets.They can also be called eyasses. (eye-uhs-ihz)
  8. 8. What do they look like in the first year?• They usually looked brown-feathered in their first year.
  9. 9. What do eagles prey on?• Eagle usually prey on fish, small mammals, snakes, and small reptiles.
  10. 10. Funny stuff.• The term eagle eyesight is because of the eagles great eyesight.
  11. 11. Fun Facts• It was chosen as the national symbol of the United States in 1782 because of the birds long life, great strength, and majestic looks.
  12. 12. Even More Fun Facts• It was an endangered species but its population has rebounded and is now considered threatened in the lower 48 states.
  13. 13. Eagle Parents…• The parents feed baby eagles until they can get their food.
  14. 14. Eagles weigh…….• Eagles weigh is between 4.5 and15 pounds (2 and 6.8 kilograms).

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