Bald Eagle – 3D print model STL

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The Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) is a large bird of prey native to North America and serves as the national bird and symbol of the United States. Here are some key features and information about the Bald Eagle:


Bald Eagles are known for their striking appearance. Adults have a distinctive white head and tail, a large yellow beak, and yellow eyes. Their body is mostly brown, and they have powerful talons and large wings.

Bald Eagles are found near large bodies of open water, such as lakes, rivers, and coastal areas. They prefer habitats with abundant fish, which constitute a significant part of their diet.

The primary diet of Bald Eagles consists of fish, but they are opportunistic feeders and will also consume birds, mammals, and carrion. They are known for their impressive aerial hunting skills.
Nesting and Breeding:

Bald Eagles build large nests, often in tall trees near bodies of water. They mate for life, and both male and female eagles contribute to building and maintaining the nest. Bald Eagles can be found throughout North America, from Alaska and Canada to the contiguous United States and northern Mexico.
Conservation Status:

The Bald Eagle faced a significant decline in population due to habitat destruction, hunting, and the effects of the pesticide DDT. However, conservation efforts, including the banning of DDT and legal protections, have led to a remarkable recovery. In 2007, the Bald Eagle was removed from the endangered species list.

The Bald Eagle is a symbol of strength, freedom, and the United States. It is prominently featured on the Great Seal of the United States and various national emblems.
Legal Protection:

The Bald Eagle is protected by several laws in the United States, including the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act and the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.
Size and Wingspan:

Adult Bald Eagles are large birds. They typically have a wingspan of 6 to 7 feet (1.8 to 2.1 meters) and can weigh between 6 to 14 pounds (2.7 to 6.3 kilograms).
Observing a Bald Eagle in the wild is a powerful and awe-inspiring experience, and their conservation success story is often celebrated as a symbol of environmental recovery.