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A bird breeder will usually have a bird guarantee of health and support the other local breeders. Nests are usually found in the top of a large tree or on the cliffs and high in the mountains. Bald eagles donít like to be disturbed and may leave a nest with eggs and even with chicks. Females lay one to three eggs annually, but there is usually only one eaglet in the nest, because only the strongest one survives. Thatís why the reproductive rate of this species is very low and they should be protected. A bird breeder will usually have a bird guarantee of health and support the other local breeders.

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American Bald Eagle

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Bird Breeder

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The Bald eagle is the national symbol of the United States of America. These eagles are found over the entire continent, with the largest population in Alaska. These are beautiful birds, possessing amazing power and majesty. Their wingspan can reach up to eight feet. Bald eagles prefer to live near large bodies of water. There they can get plenty of fish, their favorite food, and tall trees in which they nest and roost. Bald eagles living near small rivers and lakes have to migrate in winter, as their main food source becomes unavailable. Monogamous birds, they mate for life and use one or several nests for many years. A bird breeder will usually have a bird guarantee of health and support the other local breeders.

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