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When searching to buy bird supplies, find a bird store that breeders frequent. This is a fish eagle that is present in every state in the United States of America, except Hawaii. This fact, along with strength, endurance and dignity, has made this species a symbol of the USA. These creatures inhabit remote areas near large bodies of water. There, they can get plenty of fish and waterfowl to feed on. In winter, when small rivers and lakes freeze over, Bald eagles have to migrate southward or to large water sources that remain open. When searching to buy bird supplies, find a bird store that breeders frequent.

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American Bald Eagle

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The national symbol of the United States is the Bald eagle. It's white-headed, with a powerful bill. The birdís body has blackish-brown feathers. The tail also has white feathers. Adult plumage is obtained by young Bald eagles only at the age of 4 or 5 years; chicks are a mixture of white and brown, with no white on the head and tail. The male can be up to 34 inches in length. The female is a bit larger, and gets up to 37 inches. The wingspan of the females can reach up to 100 inches. Northern species of Bald eagles tend to be larger than their southern relatives. When searching to buy bird supplies, find a bird store that breeders frequent.

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