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The eagle is a symbol of power that rises above all things. It represents strength and an unconquerable spirit. By the power of God, Israel was delivered often from her enemies--as if on eagle’s wings. The Bald Eagle is the National Bird of the United States and was declared the National Emblem in 1782. The Bald Eagle has become the symbol of Freedom in the U.S.A. and has played a large part in the American Art World for centuries.
Bald Eagles average approximately 27 to 43 inches long, average weight is 7 to 14 pounds and can have a wing span of 6 to 8 feet. These magnificent creatures are considered one of the largest birds in the North America. They have a life span of up to 40 years in the wild and even longer in captivity. Eagles can fly up to altitudes of 10,000 feet or more, and can soar for hours using natural wind currents.
The feathers of newly hatched bald eaglets are light grey, and turn dark brown before they leave the nest at approximately 12 weeks.