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Adult Bald Eagles have white heads and tails with dark brown bodies and wings. Their legs and bills are bright yellow. Young birds attain adult coloring in about five years.
Fun Facts: A symbol of strength and freedom, Bald Eagles were chosen in 1782 as the National Emblem and are pictured on the Great Seal of the United States. Bald Eagles use their feathers to balance. When they lose a feather on one wing, they will also lose a matching feather on the other side. Bald Eagles earned their name from the Old English word "balde", meaning white, referring to the distinctive white feathers covering their heads and tails.
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