Bald eagles can be seen during winter throughout much of the continental United States, with the largest concentration found in the Klamath Basin. This is located on the border of California and Oregon. More »

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The largest bald eagle nest ever found weighed more than 4,400 pounds and was 20 feet deep and 9 1/2 feet in diameter. The nest was built from collected feathers, grass, sticks, moss and other organic matter. Although th... More »

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The Hays bald eagle webcams can be viewed on PixController.com. The site broadcasts a live feed of the nest 24 hours a day during eagle season. The season usually runs from late December until early summer of the next ye... More »

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British Columbia and Alaska have the largest concentration of bald eagles in North America. During the months of January and February, the Northern Mississippi valley becomes another great location for spotting these bir... 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 »

As of 2014, bald eagles are not listed as endangered, but are threatened. However, bald eagles have been considered endangered in the past. Bald eagle numbers took a plunge in the United States due to hunting and exposur... More »

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Bald eagles are endangered because humans have contaminated the bald eagle's food through poisonous chemicals such as DDT, destroyed their habitat areas and shot them illegally. The bald eagle is the national symbol for ... More »