Scientific Name: Haliaeetus leucocephalus
Conservation Status: Least concern
Color: White, Brown
Size: 24 – 32 in
Habitat: Large bodies of water like rivers, lakes, and reservoirs
Description: They are not actually bald. The term refers to an old meaning of the word “white-headed”. Their heads are covered in white feathers up to the neck area and their bodies are evenly dark brown. Their beaks, feet, and eyes are bright yellow and their toes are short with powerful talons. Males and females have the same features but females are 25% larger than males.