Eagle Fact Thursday

An eagle has 1 million cones per mm² on its retina, as compared to the human eye which only has 200,000 cones per mm². This is the reason why eagles have such better eye sight than humans. Source: https://facts.net/eagle-facts/

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Eagle Fact Thursday

Eagles, of which there are 60 species, are part of the Accipitridae family of birds. Other members of Accipitridae are hawks, kites, and harriers. Source: https://chipperbirds.com/facts-about-eagles/

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Eagle Fact Thursday

Did you know that the Bald Eagle left the List the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife in the contiguous states on June 28, 2007? Source: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service https://fws.gov/story/2007-08/bald-eagle-leaves-endangered-species-list

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Eagle Thursday

The bald eagle is the largest eagle in North America, and is found nowhere else in the world! Easy to recognize with its white head and tail, the bald eagle is a national symbol of the United States of America. Learn about these amazing fishers and nestbuilders, and learn the story of how they became […]

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Eagle Thursdays

Soaring Eagle Database Consulting is proud to be a long term supporter of the Eagle exhibit at ZooTampa at Lowry Park, Tampa Go visit this fabulous zoo when you are in town.https://zootampa.org/animals/

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Eagle Fact Thursday

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife, state agencies, conservation groups, and like-minded individuals must all do their part in protecting the Bald Eagle. One might say, “I know there are Federal and State laws in place to protect eagles, but what can I, as an individual, do to help?” Actions include, but are not limited to […]

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Eagle Fact Thursday

Bald eagles are automatically unique, because they’re the national bird in the United States. On top of that, they make the largest nest of any bird in North America. On average, bald eagles weigh somewhere between nine and twelve pounds, depending on if it’s a male or a female (the females tend to weigh a […]

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Eagle Fact Thursday

The literature indicates that the bald eagle wingspan ranges between 5.11″ feet and 7.7″ feet. The lower end indicates the smallest males, while the upper end refers to the largest females in the range. However, most males have a wingspan of 6.4″ while most females have a wingspan of 7.2″ feet. Source: https://avianreport.com/bald-eagle-wingspan-versus-birds-prey/

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Eagle Fact Thursday

Bald eagles stay hitched until death do they part, often returning year after year to the same nest. While there, the pair continuously adds to the structure, so that after many seasons it assumes gargantuan proportions and stands as a symbol of their fidelity. In Vermilion, Ohio, one behemoth, used for more than three decades, […]

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