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Bald Eagle adult with two baby eaglets (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) ___ "Young eagles do not leave the nest until about 75 days after being born. They will not attain adult plumage (the white head), or breed until 4 or 5 years of age. This picture was taken in mid May -- about 15 days after being born. Alaska. " __ photo by Alaska photographer RON NIEBRUGGE

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" But Daddy pleeeeease, you promised" " I'm Tired son been at work all day" (Eagle nest near the Yukon River)

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I love the American Bald Eagle, I watch them on UStream, check out the Decorah Eagles, they have 3 eaglet babies right now.

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Baby Bald Eagles. Lord let me teach your young as well as eagles teaches theirs.

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Bald Eagle in flight. We have had eagles drop salmon on our porch in the past as the they fly to the trees from the Russian River to eat their catch.

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Baby Bald Eagles one sleeping resting and the other a wake but waiting.

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Bald Eagle, Grouse Mountain in Vancouver by Peter Hopkins

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