- Domain: Eukarya: Means that they are single celled and muticelluar with a neculus with every cell.
- Kingdom: anamalia: All animals are part of kingdom animalia witch means they are heterophs and have have the ability to move once in there life time.
- Phylum: Chordata: All animals of phylum Chordata have bilateral symmetry, and have a notochord. They have a whole digestive system.
- Subphylum: Vertebrata; All anamials in this group have a backbone, have a endoskeloton and the endoskeloton is attached to there muscles to help them. move
- Class: Aves: All birds are vertebrates with feathers, for flight and active metabolism, all the birds are related in someway from common ancestor
- Order: Diurnal birds of prey
- Family: Accipitridae: eagles hawks and kites
- Genus: Fish eagles
Eagle in tree
Eagles sit in the trees to stalk down there prey
The general map range
In this map shown this is where you can find Bald eagles
In this photo this is where Bald eagles live and give birth
The size of a bald eagle is any were from 28 to 38 inches tall.
The bald eagles wing span is 5.5 to 8 feet long.
Can live up to 28 years old
Can live in Oregon, Washington, and Alaska
length is from any where from 79 to 94 cm
Can be as big as 9.47 lb
- Fly's very fast
- Instead of chewing its food it uses its sharp claws to shred the food up and swallow it whole
- food it cant chew is hacked up into a pellet
- Hunting bird/ fishing and scavenging
- lives up to thirty years in the wild
- it chooses one mate its and stays with it its whole life
- the pair of bald eagles has one to three set of eggs in their life time
the bald eagle makes a very high pitch screeching noise to find a mate
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