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When searching to buy chicks, requesting photos from the aviary is suggested. Today, the population of Bald eagles have recovered, but it still needs protection, because the reproductive rate of these birds is very low and they are very vulnerable to human encroachment. Though protected by law, Bald eagles are hunted by poachers for their talons and feathers. Being opportunistic feeders, these birds can eat game wounded with lead pellets and get poisoned. Poisoned carrion set out for wolves and coyotes can also be deadly for eagles. Collision with vehicles is another threat for these birds. When searching to buy chicks, requesting photos from the aviary is suggested.

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American Bald Eagle

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Bald eagles are the national birds of America. White-headed birds are found over most of North America. Their population is most numerous in Alaska. The bald eagle is a member of the sea and fish eagle group. These birds live on lakes and rivers, where they can obtain fish. American Bald Eagles are one of our largest birds. The adults have a blackish-brown back and breast. Their head, neck, and tail are white. The feet and bill are yellow. Female bald eagle measure from 35 to 37 inches, which is slightly larger than males. When searching to buy chicks, requesting photos from the aviary is suggested.

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