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American Bald Eagle Screensavers

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The american bald eagle screensavers are sometimes of orphan chicks that an aviary is raising. These predators have suffered much from humans. Early settlers hunted them in large numbers and destructed their habitats. They were considered to be pests and the government encouraged their killing. The 20th century brought the most dangerous threat: contamination of the food source with DDT, lead and other dangerous agents. Being on the top of several food chains, these carnivores accumulated toxic levels of chemicals from their prey that fed on contaminated plants and plankton. In the 1960ís, only 450 nesting pairs of these birds were left, but due to effective conservation measures taken, these birds managed to survive. The american bald eagle screensavers are sometimes of orphan chicks that an aviary is raising.

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American Bald Eagle

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American Bald Eagle Screensavers

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This bird has been the national symbol of the United States since 1782. Its image is seen in many government institutions and on official documents. The birdís appearance suggests power and dignity. The bird measures about three feet from head to tail, and weighs 7 to 10 pounds. The wingspan of the bird is amazingly wide, about 6 1/2 feet. Females are generally larger and have a wingspan of up to 8 feet. The bird is distinguished by its white head, large, pale eyes, a powerful yellow beak, and black talons. The american bald eagle screensavers are sometimes of orphan chicks that an aviary is raising.

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