Sea Eagle

The Eagle, sometimes called the fish eagle because it feeds mainly on fish, is known to be the emblem of the United States. Also known as the bald eagle for his wholly white head, he lives near the shoreline, on the banks of rivers, or the edge of the oceans. By these acute and piercing cries the eagle warns intruders that the territory is forbidden. Do you know that the nest of an eagle can reach 10 feet deep, 8 feet in diameter, and can weigh up to 3 tons.