GotBirdsOnline.com
Click here to see GotBirdsOnline.com pictures
GotPetsOnline Pictures
 

Home  >Birds > Other Birds > American Bald Eagle > American Bald Collectible Eagle >Buy Birds

Buy Birds

[an error occurred while processing this directive]

When looking to buy birds, aviaries with picture galleries and health guarantees are good source. Bald Eagles reach maturity between four and six years of age. There is usually only one eaglet in the nest; not all young eagles survive their first winter. All these reasons contribute to low reproductive rate of the species. Eagles choose one mate for the entire life and a pair uses the same nest or several nests for many years. Bald eagles live more than 30 years in the wild. They are very difficult to keep in captivity when they have no opportunity to fly. When looking to buy birds, aviaries with picture galleries and health guarantees are good source.

To view a complete gallery of pictures, just click on Pictures for easy viewing!

American Bald Eagle

[an error occurred while processing this directive]

Buy Birds

  -  

aviaries, picture

The Bald eagle has been declared the national symbol of the USA. There are two subspecies of bald eagles: the southern and the northern subspecies. Northern type tends to be larger than its southern relatives. The diet of Bald eagles consists mainly of fish and mammals, ranging in size from mice to deer. This species can consume one pound of fish in about four minutes. One of the most fascinating facts about the bald eagle is that its wingspan can be as large as eight feet. When looking to buy birds, aviaries with picture galleries and health guarantees are good source.

Click here to see all the pictures!

Do you want to add your pet to one of these pages?

Check out our other animal picture sites!

GotPetsOnline.com
GotBirdsOnline.com • GotCatsOnline.com
GotDogsOnline.com • GotExoticsOnline.com
GotFarmAnimalsOnline.com • GotHorsesOnline.com
GotReptilesOnline.com • GotSmallAnimalsOnline.com

Questions or comments regarding this site?
Copyright © 2001-2013 GotBirdsOnline.com