Eagle Stained Glass Panel
from the American
Museum of Natural History
Dimensions: 6 1/2" Round
Congress made the bald eagle our national symbol in 1782. Weighing 6 to 16 pounds, 32 to 40 inches long, with a wingspan of about 7.5 feet, a bald eagle can force an osprey to drop a fish, then catch it in midair.
North American bald eagles have build nests 100 feet above the ground, varying in size from a few sticks to massive structures. It is not uncommon for successive pairs of eagles to use a single nest for 35 years or more.
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