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When considering a bird for sale, references for the aviary and pictures are useful. These creatures mate for life, but if one partner dies, the other seeks for a new mate. Bald eagles build their nests on large trees or on mountain ledges and cliffs. A pair usually has several nests and uses them alternatively. Old nests reach 10 feet in size and up to 2,000 pounds in weight. There can be from 1 to 3 eggs in the clutch, but normally only one chick survives. Young Bald eagles leave the nest at the age of 10-12 weeks, but they reach sexual maturity only at the age of 4-5 years. When considering a bird for sale, references for the aviary and pictures are useful.

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American Bald Eagle

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Bird For Sale

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Bald eagles are distributed throughout the United States and Canada. This is the national symbol of the United States of America. The amazing fact about this species is that it can have a wingspan of up to eight feet. Adult females are larger than males. Bald Eagles have binocular vision, which allows them to spot a fish while soaring a mile away and 500 feet in the sky. Adults have blackish or brownish bodies, and their heads and tails are white. Bald Eagles have a powerful yellow bill. When considering a bird for sale, references for the aviary and pictures are useful.

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