Bald Eagle Facts – 80 Amazing Facts About Bald Eagles

Bald Eagle Interesting Facts

As bald eagles are monogamous they remain together, and it is only after their mate dies, they search for another mate.

Most bald eagle fatalities are related to humans. Common causes of death are gunshot, trauma cause by man-made structures, poisoning, electrocuting and trapping.

Bald eagles began to appear on the coins in U.S. since 1776.

Bald eagles are identified by their wingspan. If their wings are flat it is a bald eagle, otherwise it may be a hawk or vulture.

Bald eagles in the southern region begin nesting three months earlier than the ones from the north.

Bald eagles are carnivores.

Bald eagles have almost 360 degree range view.

Bald eagles can be found in all 50 states of U.S. except in Hawaii.

Bald eagles play sometimes by tossing or passing the sticks to each other.

Bald eagles often use the currents while migrating.