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two newborn baby bald eagle eaglets in the nest.  Young eagles do not leave the nest until about 75 days after being born.  They will not attain adult plumage, the white head, or breed until 4 or 5 years of age.  This picture was taken in mid May about 15 days after being born.   Alaska

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Both male and female bald eagles participate in caring for the young. The mother eagle usually incubates the eggs and protects the chicks in the nest, while the father eagle provides food.

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Bald Eagles are obviously beautiful and amazing to see in action

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A Group of Northern American Bald Eagles Sit on a Trees Sparse Perches

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Bald Eagles ~ Wildlife sightings were common...especially eagles guarding their nests and hunting for food.

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Potato Creek State Park. Bald eagles return to nest in Indiana.

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A Pair of American Bald Eagles in Their Nest

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Bald eagles on their nest

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Bald eagles in snow

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American Bald Eagles, Haliaeetus Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Roy Toft

Bald Eagles and babies

American Bald Eagles, Haliaeetus by Roy Toft

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Vancouver = bald eagles.

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bald eagles

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Bald Eagles

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Bald eagles

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Bald Eagles

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