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The america bald eagle chicks are usually well protected by the mature birds. This species feeds on fish and waterfowl and stands on the top of the food chain, so it accumulates large amounts of DDT, lead and other agents from their prey. These chemicals cause serious mutations and abnormal breeding behavior in these birds. In the 1960ís, there were only about 450 nesting pairs of these birds left. In some areas the decline of population approached 100%. Due to effective conservation measures, these birds managed to survive. This species was removed from endangered species list in 1995. In many states, the bird is classified as threatened nowadays, but the whole population of these predators has recovered after being on the brink of extinction in the 1960ís. The america bald eagle chicks are usually well protected by the mature birds.

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American Bald Eagle

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America Bald Eagle

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This is a common name for large predatory birds of the hawk family. These powerful birds can be found in all parts of the world. They are large both in length and in wingspread. The birds have characteristic beaks, which are nearly as long as their heads. These are solitary birds that mate for life. Impressive in beauty and size, they became the national emblem of the United States. The america bald eagle chicks are usually well protected by the mature birds.

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