Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Fact of the Day: American Eagle

While the bald eagle was chosen as the national bird when the United States was mostly now what we call the east coast, you can find bald eagles in every current U.S. state except Hawaii. It can be found in most of North America too. The only places they never visit is Northern Alaska, Northern Canada, and Southern Mexico. 

7 comments:

Bob Bushell said...

Nice to know that.

Emmylou said...

Everytime I see the bald eagle in our zoo here, I feel like singing the Star Spangled Banner...seriously.

Pat Hatt said...

I've seen a few up here years ago, haven't in a while though

Christine said...

Interesting

stephen Hayes said...

I would have thought they were in Northern Alaska and Canada.

Martha said...

We've seen some here, too.

Anonymous said...

I've never seen one in the wild, although they are around where I live.