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"The Bald Eagle is Canada's largest bird of prey. Usually found near water, it feeds mostly on fish and carrion. Adult bald eagles often mate for life, renewing their bonds in the spring with a spectacle of aerobatics. A huge nest is built or added to each year, usually in the largest tree available. It takes 14-18 weeks from the time the eggs (one to three) are laid to when the eaglets first fly. A young bird (often mistaken for a Golden Eagle) is dark brown overall with blotchy white markings on the underside of its wings and tail. Adult colouring - a white head and tail, and yellow beak - develops when the bird reaches four to five years of age."
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