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Soaring American Bald Eagle Statues
A collection of Soaring American Bald Eagle Statues in bronze, porcelain and polyresin all right here in one place. Soaring Eagles make great gifts for corporate recognition, executive level presentations, military advancements, memorials, birthdays and Christmas.
On orders of $100.00 or more!
This offer is not valid on Cold Cast Bald Eagle Sculptures. If ordering quantities of 10 or more please call for discounted prices and shipping rates.
Offer valid on shipments within the U.S. only.
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American Bald Eagle Facts
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Eagles are deeply devoted and mate for life. Bald Eagle courtship involves elaborate calls and astonishing flight displays. The flight includes swoops, chases, and cartwheels, in which they fly high, lock their talons, and then free fall, separating from each other just before hitting the ground. Both the male and the female Eagles share all duties including the hunting food, nurturing their eggs, gathering nesting materials and the eaglet feeding until the Eaglets are strong enough to fly. For more information on the American Bald Eagle visit our friends at Wikipedia.org