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The Bald Eagle is also known in North America as the American Eagle, is a bird of prey and is the national bird of the United States.

The species was on the brink of extinction in the US late in the 20th century, but now has a stable population and is in the process of being removed from the U.S. federal government's list of endangered species. This nest is on the Highway 71, East of Llano, Texas, and West of Buchanan Dam.

'Bald' refers to the white head and tail feathers and their contrast with the darker body. The young eagle does not have the white head yet, and is being encouraged to fly by it's parent.

This video was filmed on March 1 2007 in Llano County, Central Texas.
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