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The Bald Eagle Flies Again
The Bald Eagle Flies Again
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The Bald Eagle - America’s symbol of freedom - sits atop a dirt mound at Eagle Ridge Landfill in Pike County, MO sharing a moment of glory and beauty for all.
 
Fact:
Bald eagles are large birds of prey native to North America. Since 1782, the bald eagle has been the United States' national emblem and mascot. The bald eagle isn't actually bald; it gets its name because its white head against its dark brown body makes it seem bald from a distance. 
 
Bald eagles have a massive wingspread of about 7 feet, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Their bodies are much smaller, though, at only 34 to 43 inches. Normally, bald eagles weigh 6.5 to 14 pounds. 
 
Bald eagles are thought to be monogamous. This means that once they find a mate, bald eagles mate only with each other for the rest of their lives. A bald eagle will find another mate only if it is widowed.

Photo by Meridian waste Team Member Dennis Callahan
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