The Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania has published this fantastic news of these two newborns online. The eagles have hatched on the same day in Pittsburgh. It is delighted to say that the bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) has been conserved there. The bald eagle is the national bird of the United States of America. They are prominent in seals and logos, coinage, postage stamps, and other items relating to the U.S. federal government. Usually, they are found near large bodies of open water with an abundant food supply and old-growth trees for nesting. Their nests are generally massive to compensate for the size of the birds. They are sexually mature at four or five years of age. The bodies of the calves appear grayish gray, and then the color turns black with a white head and tail.
Bald eagles have around 20 years of lifespan on average. Unfortunately, these endangered birds are hunted by people for sport and to protect fish. Their diet comprised more than 50% of fish. During their breeding seasons, they move to any American wetland habitats such as seacoasts, rivers, large lakes or marshes, or other large bodies of open water.
These two calves also become mighty adult eagles one day. Let’s wish may they enjoy the world without any barriers thought their lifespan. Like we humans, we should try to protect them. This whole world is not only for us but also for all the animals