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Bald Eagle

Bald eagles develop the characteristic white head and tail feathers by 4-6 years of age
Eagles can fly up to 30 m.p.h. and can dive at speeds up to 100 m.p.h!

Photo was taken in Saint Petersburg Florida by Velma

Great Grey Owl

Among the largest in its family, the Great Gray Owl holds the title as North America’s largest owl species.
Despite its size, the Great Gray Owl weighs only a few pounds — less than other large owls such as the Snowy and Great Horned.

Photo was taken in Oregon by Velma

Scarlet Macaw

This beautiful Scarlet Macaw photo was taken in Costa Rica.

Macaw’s are the largest parrots in the world – measuring about 33 inches long from its beak to its tail.  

They are known to fly at least 15 miles a day to feed and they are really BIG birds!

Photo was taken in Costa Rica by Velma


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