Bald eagle

Florida is lucky to host a sizeable population of the once endangered national symbol. This massive raptor stands out with its 6 ½ -foot wingspan, car-sized nests and distinctive white head and tail, features that take about four years to develop. Reliant upon clean water, bald eagles feed largely on fish and water birds.

Bald eagle

Florida is lucky to host a sizeable population of the once endangered national symbol. This massive raptor stands out with its 6 ½ -foot wingspan, car-sized nests and distinctive white head and tail, features that take about four years to develop. Reliant upon clean water, bald eagles feed largely on fish and water birds.

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