Profile of Bald Eagle - Popular bird from the United States

The bald eagle is a large bird with a wide winged size. The shadow can be more than two meters tablets. Well, for the unacquainted with the Bald eagle, let's look at the profile of the following Bald Eagle a.k.a. Bald eagle.

Name

Name in English: Bald eagle

Name in English: Bald eagle

Latin name: Haliaeetus leucocephalus

Classification of Bald Eagle
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Aves
Order: Accipitriformes
Family: Accipitridae
Genus: Haliaeetus
Species: H. leucocephalus
Binomial name: Haliaeetus leucocephalus

Food Bald Eagle
The bald eagle is a carnivorous animal. Bald eagles prey on different kinds of hunting animals. Mostly, bald eagle most often prey on fish. In the study of dietary habits that were once conducted, showed that 56 percent of the bald eagle prey were fish, 28 percent of birds, 14 percent of mammals and 2 percent of other hunting animals.

The bald eagle that lives in the southeastern region of Alaska, even prey to about 66 percent. While in Colombia's Estuary River region in Oregon, the Eagles living there even prey to 90 percent of fish as its main food.

Some types of fish are often the prey of bald eagle, among others: Pink Salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha), Coho Salmon (O. Kisutch), Sockeye salmon (O. Nerka), and Chinook salmon (O. Tshawytscha).


Profile of Bald Eagle


Features of Bald Eagle

The bald eagle has a heavy body, a large and long head, and a twisted beak.
While flying, the bald eagle flies through its wings and hold it.
The adult bald Eagle has a white head with a white tail, his body and his wings have a dark cokalt colored fur, his legs and his beak bright yellow color.
The bald eagle that is still immature usually has a dark brown color ranging from the head, tail, body and wings. Some parts of it are slightly bright white so it seems to be chatting with a smudge.
The bald eagle will reach the age of adulthood after 5 years.
The body length of an adult bald eagle between 70 to 102 cm or 28 to 40 inches.
Its stretch width is between 1.8 to 2.3 or 5.9 to 7.5 feet.
Weight loss Bald eagle is generally between 3 to 6.3 kg.
Typically, females are larger in about 25 percent compared to male bald eagle. With a female weight average of about 5.6 kg, while the male bald eagle is about 4.1 kg.
How to reproduce the bald eagle
The bald eagle reaches its level of tranquility at the age of four to five years. When their age is mature enough to do marriage, they will return to the place where they were born.

Usually, these bald eagle have their respective spouses. So, they only had one pair of the same for his whole life. However, if the partner dies or disappears, they will find new pairs again.

This bald eagle usually has a mating season in mid-February. Furthermore, after successful disposal, the female bald eagle will lay eggs at the end of February. These times are usually in the case of heavy snowfall in the Arctic region.

Later, the incubation or Dreaman period takes place in mid-April to early May. This egg egg will hatch in mid-April to early May. Then, these young eagles will start to learn to fly in late June to early July.

After the Baby Eagles are five to six weeks old, they will usually begin to learn to leave the nest. They ran around and learned to flap their wings and fly. After reaching the age of 8 weeks, this young Hawk-eagle is usually strong enough to fly.

The bald eagle nests are the largest of other bird nests in the North American region. Usually, this bird's nest is used again repeatedly for the next few years. The bald Eagle's parents added only a few materials in the nest to keep the holster comfortable and adequate.

This bald eagle Bird's nest can be used for up to 5 years. However, there is also a nest of bald eagle birds ever found in the Middle East, used for almost 34 years continuously.

The bald eagle nests are very large in size. The nest can reach a depth of 4 meters, with a diameter of 2.5 meters. The weight of this bird's Nest can reach 1 metric ton.

A giant bald eagle nest was ever found in the Florida region. The bird's nest reaches a depth of 6.1 meters with a width of 2.9 metres and weighs up to 2.7 metric tons. This hive is a record of the largest nest ever found, built by any animal.

This bird's nest is made of tree branches. Usually, branches or twigs are found in the vicinity of water. But, when the time of laying eggs they do not find branches or tree branches, they will make the nest on the ground.

The nests are also built on cliffs or rocks. Nests built on this cliff area have been found in the regions of California, Kansas, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah. Only, nowadays nests built on the cliffs can only be found in the areas of Alaska and Arizona.

The average bald eagle egg reaches a size of 7.3 cm in length, with a weighted average of about 130 grams.

These bald eagles usually lay eggs for one to three eggs in a single fertilization period. There is rarely a single egg that can lay up to four eggs. However, there is a raised eagle capable of laying up to 7 eggs.

Habitat Bald Eagle
The Habitat of the bald eagle is usually located around lakes, rivers, reservoirs, marshes and coastal shores.

Status of Bald Eagle

The population number of bald Eagle managed to undergo a spectacular amount of recovery. The number was steadily increasing from 1966 to 2014. According to the North American Breeding Bird Survey, the total population of this bald Eagle is CA 250,000. The majority population of the bald Eagle is in the American region, 31 percent in Canada and 8 percent in Mexico.

These bald eagle populations have had scarcity in the mid to late 1900 's. This rarity occurred because they were exposed to mines, gunfire or poisoning by hunters.

In 1978, due to the failure of high reproduction of the bald Eagle Bird, the bird had scarcity. Therefore, the bird had been on a protected status under the Endangered Species Act.

Then, since 1980, an attempt to recover the population from the bald eagle was carried out. This effort was successful and in the late 1990 an, the population of Bald eagle already showed an increase.

Because it has successfully increased its population, then in the year 2007, the Bald eagle is removed from the list of protected Endangered Species list.


Bald Eagle Uniqueness

The bird has the largest nest among the world's other birds. In fact, one of the nests found in Florida is the largest animal nest in the world.
Made a symbol of the United States.
Predator the Bald Eagle

Long life
Age expectancy of bald eagle life up to 28 years.

Nature of Bald Eagle
He was a great hunter. The bald eagle flew high in the sky quietly and slightly swung its wings. He then quickly captured the prey that wandered around the ground.

Description of Bald Eagle
The Bald eagle is an interesting animal or bird. Animals belonging to the Aves are of enormous size with great hunting ability. The allure of this bald Eagle a.k.a. Bald Eagle was even glance by the United States.

The bald eagle was used as a symbol of the national bird from the United States or United states of America. The American figures originally compared the Americans to the Roman Republic who used the eagle as a figure of majesty.

Therefore, on 20 June 1782, inventors aka the American figure through the Continental Congress decided to adopt the Bald eagle as part of the greatness of the country. These bald eagle images also often appear along with the flag images of the United States country.

However, there is also a view that this bald eagle is actually not a depiction of the country. Because, this bald eagle is a negative moral symbolism. Yes, these bald eagle shows dishonest life and also cowards.

It can even be attacked by sparrows that push it out of the region. HMM, funny also yes if this big country took the bald eagle birds with such nature as the symbolism of his country?


Reference:
en.wikipedia.org
www.allaboutbirds.org
nationalgeographic.com
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