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These pictures were taken in Ketchikan, Alaska
They live in forests, around bodies of water like lakes, rivers, and the coasts, they particularly eat salmon and trout, has well as small mammals, reptiles, and other birds. When it’s time a mate a Bald Eagle will choose a mate and they will stay together for life.
These birds are my favorite animals and I hope to work with them one day. Maybe I'll work for Nation Geographic, The American Eagle Foundation, maybe in Alaska.
Spotted on Jul 22, 2011
Submitted on Jul 31, 2011