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Bald Eagle The Bald Eagle has been the National Emblem of the United States since 1782. It is a species unique to North America. They are 29-42 inches long, weigh 7-15 pounds, and have a wingspan of 6-8 feet making them one of the largest birds in North America.
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Unformatted text preview: Bald Eagles are located in every U.S. state except for Hawaii. They eat mainly fish but also eat small animals such as ducks, turtles and rabbits. Bald Eagles can fly approximately 65 mph in a level flight....
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