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Bald Eagle Blues Into The Night

Bald Eagle Blues Into The Night - James Bo Insogna

Bald Eagle Blues Into The Night. American Bald Eagle on a blue textured background. Composite image. June 28, 2007 – The Department of Interior took the American bald eagle off the endangered species list.  The bald eagle  is a member of the sea and fish eagle group. Both male and female adult bald eagles have a blackish-brown back and breast; a white head, neck, and tail; and yellow feet and bill.  Bald eagles can live a long time, with a longevity record of 28 years in the wild and 36 years in captivity.

Fine Art Prints available  On-line –  Bald Eagle Blues Into The Night – James Bo Insogna

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American Bald Eagle Blues

American Bald Eagle Blues  Stretched Canvas Print / Canvas Ar

American Bald Eagle on a blue textured background. Composite image.   June 28, 2007 – The Department of Interior took the American bald eagle off the endangered species list. The removal of the bald eagle from the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants will become effective 30 days after publication in the Federal Register. The bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) is a member of the sea and fish eagle group. Both male and female adult bald eagles have a blackish-brown back and breast; a white head, neck, and tail; and yellow feet and bill.
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Bald Eagle Blues

Bald Eagle Blues

American Bald Eagle on a blue textured background. Composite image.   June 28, 2007 – The Department of Interior took the American bald eagle off the endangered species list. The removal of the bald eagle from the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants will become effective 30 days after publication in the Federal Register. The bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) is a member of the sea and fish eagle group. Both male and female adult bald eagles have a blackish-brown back and breast; a white head, neck, and tail; and yellow feet and bill.  ( Prints online – Bald Eagle Blues)

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American Bald Eagle

American Bald Eagle

American Bald Eagle strait on head shot with an American USA red white and blue flag background.  Bald eagles can fly to an altitude of 10,000 feet. During level flight, they can achieve speeds of about 30 to 35 mph. Wild bald eagles may live as long as thirty years.  All eagles are renowned for their excellent eyesight. Fidelity – Once paired, bald eagles remain together until one dies.

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Mom and Dad Bald Eagles

The bald eagle, our national bird, is the only eagle unique to North America.   At one time, the word "bald" meant "white," not hairless.  Its distinctive brown body and white head and tail make it easy to identify even from a distance. When flying, the bald eagle very rarely flaps its wings but soars instead, holding its wings almost completely flat. Its hooked bill, legs and feet are yellow. The bald eagle is not picky about how it gets its food. It will eat carrion, steal fish from other birds or hunt for its own. Their most important non-carrion food is fish, which they catch by swooping down and grabbing fish that are near the surface of the lake or stream.  In this image is a male and female.  The female being the larger of the two.  A female bald eagle's body length varies from 35 to 37 inches; with a wingspan of 79 to 90 inches. The smaller male bald eagle has a body length of 30 to 34 inches; with a wingspan ranging from 72 to 85 inches. An eagle's average weight is ten to fourteen pounds. Colorado Fine art nature landscape photography poster prints, decorative canvas prints, acrylic prints, metal prints, corporate artwork, greeting cards and stock images by James Bo Insogna (C)   - All Rights Reserved.  *PLEASE NOTE, WATERMARKS WILL NOT BE ON THE PURCHASE PRINTS*

The bald eagle, our national bird, is the only eagle unique to North America. At one time, the word “bald” meant “white,” not hairless. Its distinctive brown body and white head and tail make it easy to identify even from a distance. When flying, the bald eagle very rarely flaps its wings but soars instead, holding its wings almost completely flat. Its hooked bill, legs and feet are yellow. The bald eagle is not picky about how it gets its food. It will eat carrion, steal fish from other birds or hunt for its own. Their most important non-carrion food is fish, which they catch by swooping down and grabbing fish that are near the surface of the lake or stream. In this image is a male and female. The female being the larger of the two. A female bald eagle’s body length varies from 35 to 37 inches; with a wingspan of 79 to 90 inches. The smaller male bald eagle has a body length of 30 to 34 inches; with a wingspan ranging from 72 to 85 inches. An eagle’s average weight is ten to fourteen pounds.

Colorado Fine art nature landscape wildlife photography poster prints, decorative canvas prints, acrylic prints, metal prints, corporate artwork, greeting cards and stock images by James Bo Insogna – Please click on the photo for the fine art photography gallery.

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