Bald Eagle ()  Both male and female eagles have four talons–three in front and one in back. The back-facing talon or hallux tends to be longer on female bald eagles.

Bald Eagle () Both male and female eagles have four talons–three in front and one in back. The back-facing talon or hallux tends to be longer on female bald eagles.

Bald Eagle () According to the University of Saskatchewan, female bald eagles are larger than their male counterparts by roughly a third in size. Females tend to have a body length of 35 to 37 inches, while males tend to be 30 to 34 inches long.

Bald Eagle () According to the University of Saskatchewan, female bald eagles are larger than their male counterparts by roughly a third in size. Females tend to have a body length of 35 to 37 inches, while males tend to be 30 to 34 inches long.

Adult Bald Eagle () The width from the top of the beak to the eagle's chin is the depth of the beak. Female bald eagles generally have deeper beaks than male eagles, according to Journey North.

Adult Bald Eagle () The width from the top of the beak to the eagle's chin is the depth of the beak. Female bald eagles generally have deeper beaks than male eagles, according to Journey North.

American Bald eagle () in nest with 2 eaglets... Gender may be determined by comparing the pitch of two eagles, Bald Eagle Info explains. Females tend to have a lower pitch than males and can be identified this way.

American Bald eagle () in nest with 2 eaglets... Gender may be determined by comparing the pitch of two eagles, Bald Eagle Info explains. Females tend to have a lower pitch than males and can be identified this way.

Difference Between Male & Female Bald Eagles (with Pictures)

Difference Between Male & Female Bald Eagles

Difference Between Male & Female Bald Eagles (with Pictures)

Difference Between Male & Female Bald Eagles [click photo]

Difference Between Male & Female Bald Eagles

https://flic.kr/p/rWPmY3 | Male and Female Bald Eagle | Lake Clark National Park Alaska USA  Male and female Bald Eagle nesting in a dead pine tree along the shoreline of Cook's Inlet in Alaska.

https://flic.kr/p/rWPmY3 | Male and Female Bald Eagle | Lake Clark National Park Alaska USA Male and female Bald Eagle nesting in a dead pine tree along the shoreline of Cook's Inlet in Alaska.

March 12, 2014: Mount Berry, Georgia: Berry College Bald Eagles - Nest Intruder - Video (the video summarizes the hour long event in which a four year old, sub adult, Bald Eagle threatens the nest of a female Bald Eagle and her eaglet. The female Bald Eagle can be seen protecting her eaglet as she calls frantically for her mate. Once her mate returns to the nest both parents chase the juvenile Bald Eagle off.) (Berry College Live Eagle Cam: http://www.georgiawildlife.com/BerryEagleCam)

March 12, 2014: Mount Berry, Georgia: Berry College Bald Eagles - Nest Intruder - Video (the video summarizes the hour long event in which a four year old, sub adult, Bald Eagle threatens the nest of a female Bald Eagle and her eaglet. The female Bald Eagle can be seen protecting her eaglet as she calls frantically for her mate. Once her mate returns to the nest both parents chase the juvenile Bald Eagle off.) (Berry College Live Eagle Cam: http://www.georgiawildlife.com/BerryEagleCam)

Bald Eagle Eggs | What happens if the female bald eagle loses mate while incubating eggs

Bald Eagle Eggs | What happens if the female bald eagle loses mate while incubating eggs

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