Bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus)
A large raptor, the bald eagle has a wingspread of about 7 feet. Adults have a dark brown body and wings, white head and tail, and a yellow beak. Juveniles are mostly brown with white mottling on the body, tail, and undersides of wings. Adult plumage usually is obtained by the 6th year. In flight, the bald eagle often soars or glides with the wings held at a right angle to the body.
Once listed as Threatened and Endangered Animals of Nebraska, but have been delisted due to recovery.
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