Bald Eagle Beak

Hooked beak on Bald Eagle

Bald Eagle head (Haliaeetus leucocephalus). 50,000 bald eagles live in Alaska. Indigenous to North America. The bird gets its English and scientific names from the distinctive white color of the adult's head feathers. Baeld is the Old English word for white; Haliaeetus is the New Latin for sea eagle, from Greek haliaetos, and leucocephalus is the Greek for white head, from leukos (white) and kephale (head).



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Photo Title: Bald Eagle Beak

Hooked beak on Bald Eagle

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Didier Lindsey / Accent Alaska

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014_017 - Bald Eagle Beak