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Haliaeetus leucocephalus

English: Haliaeetus leucocephalus (bald eagle) landing into his nest. Bald eagles generally lay 2 to 3 eggs in a large nest made of sticks and smaller twigs in tall trees or on rocky cliffs. Picture taken on Kodiak Island.
Français : Haliaeetus leucocephalus (pygargue à tête blanche) en train de se poser sur son nid. Les pygargues à tête blanche pondent généralement de 2 à 3 œufs dans un grand nid fait de branches de diverses tailles, ou dans une falaise rocheuse. Photo prise sur l'île Kodiak.
Deutsch: Weißkopfseeadler
Date picture taken on 2002-06-28, first published on 2003-06-23, imported on WP:de 17. Feb 2004
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This image was copied from wikipedia:de. The original description was: Weißkopfseeadler; Public-Domain-Bild von U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (imported by Baldhur). Original picture registered as WV -10673 at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (National conservation training centre - publication and training materials)


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