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A young eaglet soars across the sky as he's learning to fly.
The North American Bald Eagle is considered the largest bird of prey in the United States. They can see almost a mile away and will fly up to 100 miles in a day searching for food. They are opportunistic, feeding mostly on fish but will also feast on carrion if nothing else is available. In flying, it can reach speeds up to 43 mph. Dive speeds are even faster. Many migrate south during the winter. They are very sensitive about their breeding spots, preferring to be away from disturbances.
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July 26th, 2016
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