Bald Eagle and Golden Eagle Photos

We hope you enjoy a few of the eagle photos we have taken over the years. The term "eagle" is usually used to describe very large brown birds of prey represented by several different unrelated groups of birds throughout the world.

Two species of eagle breed in North America; Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) and Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos).

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Golden Eagle chick Adult Female Golden Eagle Adult Male Golden Eagle
Bald Eagle Adult Bald Eagle Juvenile
Bald Eagle Adult
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Bald Eagle Juvenile
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The species of eagle in the Haliaeetus genus are known as "Fish Eagles" and the genus Aquila are known as a "True eagles" or "booted eagles".

Two additional species of Fish Eagles, White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) and Stellar's Sea Eagle (Haliaeetus pelagicus) are European and/or Asian species that can cross the Bering Sea and are found only in Alaska (mainly the Aleutians).

Eagles Of North America is a fantastic book with 90 stunning Golden and Bald Eagle photos by the world's top nature photographers.

Golden Eagles and Bald Eagles can be seen at many Raptor Migration sites: Go to Raptor Migration Page

More Information about Eagles and Other Raptors:

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Golden Eagle Pictures and Information

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