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World famous symbol Americas, a bird, embodied on the arms of this state. White-headed sea eagles, despite a large quantity of photos on the Internet, actually are rare enough and brought in the «Red Book».

As a matter of fact this feathery is a predator, and hunter very much and very good, concerns a kind of eagles. A bird large enough, strong and places even the clever. The card of it pterodactyl is white plumage on a head that, actually, and it is reflected in the Russian-speaking name of this birds - a white-headed sea eagle.

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    Migratory species and sustainable ecotourism - Business Mirror
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    06.10.2017

    ... including the white-rumped, Indian, slender-billed, red-headed, white-backed, cape, Rupperll's hooded, white-headed and the lappet-faced; steppe eagle, Christmas frigatebird, black noddy, yellow bunting and the great grey shrike and lesser grey ...

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    06.10.2017

    The brilliant beam of light lit up the craggy, dim colored base of the cliffs, while the stretch of sea between was broken continually by the shining streaks of the flying fish. The only simile which would convey the impression would be to imagine a ...and more »

  • Where you can find our national birds in Southern California - OCRegister
    Where you can find our national birds in Southern California - OCRegister
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    06.10.2017

    Haliaeetus leucocephalus, the scientific name means “white-headed sea eagle.” Weight: Adults, 8 to 14 pounds. Wingspan: 6 to 8 feet. Females are larger than males, and birds of northern states and provinces tend to be larger than those from the ...and more »

  • Natural Sightings: Our national symbol in Stallion Springs - Tehachapi News
    Natural Sightings: Our national symbol in Stallion Springs - Tehachapi News
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    06.10.2017

    The ornithological name for Bald Eagle is plainly descriptive: “Halieetus” means “sea eagle” in Greek, and “leucocephalus” is Latin for “white headed.” In winters past, a Bald Eagle has learned to hunt California ground squirrels in the White Wolf area ...

  • Bald eagles are, once again, common in MN - DL-Online
    Bald eagles are, once again, common in MN - DL-Online
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    06.10.2017

    The bird's scientific name, Haliaeetus leucocephalus, when broken down means sea eagle with a white head or, in other words, white-headed sea eagle. “Halo” means sea, “aeetos” means eagle, and “leucos” translates white. The common name, “bald”, ...and more »

  • American Eagle Day: Fast Facts About The Bald Eagle - Nature World News
    American Eagle Day: Fast Facts About The Bald Eagle - Nature World News
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    06.10.2017

    The scientific name of the bald eagle is Haliaeetus leucocephalus, which means "white-headed sea eagle." According to the American Bald Eagle Information, they are the only eagle unique to North America, where they can be found in most places, from ...and more »

  • Good news for America's mascot: the Bald Eagle is no longer endangered - ZME Science
    Good news for America's mascot: the Bald Eagle is no longer endangered - ZME Science
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    06.10.2017

    The bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) is a sea eagle found predominantly in North America (especially in the US). It is found near ... Bald eagles are not actually bald, their name deriving from an older meaning of “white headed”. The bird is both ...and more »

  • Hunting in Georgia: 12 Animals Designated Nongame, Endangered, Threatened, and Protected Species - Newsmax
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    06.10.2017

    The bald eagle, also called the American eagle, white-headed eagle, Washington eagle, white-headed sea eagle and black eagle, is threatened in Georgia, but without federal legal status. 11. The flatwoods salamander, which includes frosted flatwoods ...and more »

  • Video records stealthy eagle snatching osprey chick from midcoast nest - Press Herald
    Video records stealthy eagle snatching osprey chick from midcoast nest - Press Herald
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    06.10.2017

    A Maine webcam caught rare footage of an eagle stealing a nearly full-sized osprey chick from a nest this week, providing a glimpse into the oftentimes brutal competition between the birds of prey. In a display of stealth and power broadcast live over ...

  • Bald eagles thriving in South Dakota habitat - Rapid City Journal
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    06.10.2017

    The bald eagle's Latin name means white-headed sea eagle. Females are larger than males, with wingspans up to 8 feet compared to 7 feet for males. Eagles can fly 30 mph and can live to be over 30 years old in the wild. Bald eagles are brown and black ...and more »

  • Bald eagle - ARKive
    Bald eagle - ARKive
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    06.10.2017

    The bald eagle is the second largest bird of prey in North American after the Californian condor. The bald eagle is named after its conspicuous white (but fully-feathered) head. Spectacular, acrobatic flight displays reinforce the bonds between life ...

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    06.10.2017

    LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Chicago Bears wide receiver Kevin White was placed on injured reserve after he suffered a severe high ankle sprain that resulted in a fractured fibula in his left leg. Editor's Picks. Kevin White joins Jay Cutler as Bears' unknowns ...and more »





 



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