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  • Dee Hanrahan

    The most beautiful bird in the sky... The BALD EAGLE..!!

  • Lilaki - Raye

    Bald Eagle standing watch over America...My father had a tattoo of this bold American Eagle on his left forearm. In his younger days, that Eagle stood out, puffed- up carrying a ribbon with the words:'Semper-Fi'. At a angle, it appeared as it were alive on his muscular arm. Then, later as he got older and became ill~ the Eagle became smaller, thinner, and appeared sickly too...

  • Debra Jenkins

    American Bald Eagle. The most majestic creature on earth.

  • Beverly Karns

    Bald Eagle Photo "2144" by peter holme iii

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    32 Beautiful Photos of Animal Kingdom

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