You can watch in real time the lives of two bald eagle chicks and their parents on National Geographic’s live eagle webcam! The eagle nest (called an eyrie) is located in Washington D.C. The young eaglets, who were born in March, are covered in brown feathers. They won’t develop their characteristic white heads until they are about 4-5 years old.
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To learn more about bald eagles, see our Bald Eagle Facts page.
i think that if u hunt a gray wolf then your basically hunt’n yourself because wolves and humans are just alike the mom is agressive when you get near their pups and real moms are too when youre near her kids.the dads hunt and we have jobs whats the differance we have scary stories told about us like witches and ghosts etc. and so do they so STOP HUNTING WOLVES AND OTHER ANIMALS!!!!