The bald eagle has a wingspan of 183-234 cm (72-96 in), which is equivalent to 6-8 ft.
They use their bold head for aerodynamics and this enables them to fly at greater speed than your standard eagle.
Adult Bald Eagles have white heads and tails and dark brown bodies. They have large yellow feet with sharp talons and a large yellow beak and yellow eyes. They can weigh u…p to 14 pounds (6.5 kg) and their wings can stretch to over 7 feet (2 metres) across (including the body).
24 hours before they have to stop and rest!!!!
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2 metres or 7 feet
they flap their wings, making thrust and fly. then they spread their wings and gluide. the air moves faster on the top (less pressure) and the bottom of it's body, the air mov…es slow (high pressure). the high pressure lifts the eagle up. It angles its wings
NO. Answer Bald Eagles, like most birds and even animals, keep within the bounds of their territory. As the Bald Eagle will limit its flying height so that it can see any …potential creature it can swoop on for food, it will rarely go above that where it will loose sight of any potential prey.
To fly, like most winged animals. If you're trying to ask why they fly, it's for survival purposes. If they couldn't fly, they'd be ground animals, and cats could get th…em --- if they managed to get past their beaks. Those are important, too. Also, they use their wings to swoop down on fish in the water, so that they can grab them with their talons and eat them, etc.
they are extremely large birds one of the largest in fact therefore they need big wings