|Shiloh, Tennessee, USA, March 6, 2017|
Bald Eagles, Haliaeetus leucocephalus, are misnamed; their Latin name, leucocephalus, means white-headed. They are fish eaters, and can grab fish from the water with their strong talons. Sometimes they steal fish from smaller birds such as Ospreys. They are the national bird of the United States, protected by law, and can be seen over much of North America.
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