More Info & Image Courtesy: Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania
This is great news because two eagles hatched on the same day in Pittsburgh. This is a delighted event as the Bold Eagles have been conserved. The Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania has put the latest news of these two newborns online. The body of the calf is grayish gray and then turns black with a white head and tail. An attractive feature of these eagles is that their young, when mature and born, remain dark until about five years of age. This is to identify the chicks that the mother birds need to pay special attention to.
With a close connection to American culture, the Bold Eagles are endangered, and humans hunt for sport and protect fish. These eagles prefer to take fish as their food, so eagle nests surround many water bodies and hunt small animals. No matter how much nature clashes with human civilization, we must always find a way to coexist. We hope that the two cubs and the remaining cubs in their nest will reap the maximum benefits.
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