The bald eagle's diet consists primarily of fish, though it can and will find other sources of food when fish is scarce. In fact, supplementing fish with other sources of food is an important part of a bald eagle's overa... More »

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Occasionally, raccoons and great horned owls pose a threat to bald eagles in the nest. However, because of their large size and strong capacity for predation, bald eagles are not regular prey for any species. More »

Adult bald eagles sit at the top of the food chain and have no natural predators. Bald eagle eggs, on the other hand, can become damaged by animals such as raccoons and crows, which can expose the eggs to bacteria and pr... More »

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Bald eagles range from 34 to 43 inches from head to foot, with females being larger than the males. Their wingspan ranges from 6 to 8 feet long. More »

The biggest differences between golden eagles and bald eagles are the bald eagle's white head, tail and rump. The golden eagle is golden-bronze all over. These eagles are easily mistaken for each other as juveniles, but ... More »

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... More »

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Humans represent the biggest enemy of bald eagles due to chemicals, vehicles or power lines. Other large birds or mammals, such as owls or raccoons, may occasionally prey on a nestling. Extinction threatened the bald eag... More »