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Bald Eagle adult with two baby eaglets (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) ___ "Young eagles do not leave the nest until about 75 days after being born. They will not attain adult plumage (the white head), or breed until 4 or 5 years of age. This picture was taken in mid May -- about 15 days after being born. Alaska. " __ photo by Alaska photographer RON NIEBRUGGE

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from Mail Online

Bald eagles have landed 10 million fans online as spy cameras stream live video of their chicks being hatched and fed

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It's kind of hard to believe these eaglets grow up to be such majestic birds. Catch our baby eaglets live in action with their mom by clicking on the link! http://www.boonshoftmuseum.org/programs-events/special-events/eagle-cam-stream-1

I love the American Bald Eagle, I watch them on UStream, check out the Decorah Eagles, they have 3 eaglet babies right now.

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