Information on bald eagles is available at Defenders.org and Animals.NationalGeographic.com. Defenders.org hosts basic facts about bald eagles, photos, diet, population and range. The site also features information about bald eagle behavior and reproduction habits and a map that illustrates the birds' range.
Additionally, Defenders.org has a “did you know” category with interesting facts, including the fact that immature bald eagles do not develop the characteristic white tail and head until they are 4 or 5 years old. Defenders.org links to information about threats to the bald eagle, their protection status, what Defenders is doing to help the species and what site visitors can do.
Animals.NationalGeographic.com has a comprehensive photo gallery of bald eagles taken by the site’s community members. It hosts information and facts about the bald eagle that include their life span in the wild, size in relation to man and weight. Additionally, site visitors can access an audio clip of the bald eagle’s call.