The Bald eagle is the national bird for the United States. There are two types of Bald Eagles, ltaliaeetus, and leucocephalus. The Bald Eagle's colors are blackish-brown, and breast white head, the neck and the tail. Yellow feet and also the beak is yellow. The size of the Bald eagle changes a little bit, the female are bigger than the male which is very unusual. The female is from 35-75 inches, with a wingspan of 79 to 90 inches. The male is 30 to 34 inches, and the wingspan is of 72 to 85 inches. Most of the Bald Eagles weight is from 10 to 14 pounds, and they can only lift about 5 to 4 pounds. Their skeleton weighs about half a pound. Because they cant carry so much weight they eat dead flesh, but mostly they eat fish. The Bald Eagles have great eyesight, the Bald's Eagle eyesight is four times better than a humans perfect eyesight! The bald Eagles see something from a mile away. The Bald Eagles live in the Taiga, their human temperature is 41 degrees Celsius which helps them live in the Taiga. The Bald Eagles fly in an altitude of 10,000 feet! The Bald Eagles do not have vocal cords, how they communicate with each other with the syrinx which is a bony chamber located where the trachea divides to go to the lungs. Some calls may be a way of re-forcing the bond between the male and the female, and to warn other eagles and predators that an area is defended.