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So regal. The Bald Eagle has had an amazing recovery from endangered to prolific. Bald eagle populations have been steadily recovering since their all-time low in the 1960s when fewer than 500 nesting pairs were left. In 1967, bald eagles were placed on the threatened and endangered species list. Extensive conservation efforts from breeding programs and habitat protection around the raptors' nesting sites aided in the population's recovery. Decades of protection and banned usage of DDT in 1972 allowed eagle populations to flourish. In 2007, the bald eagle was removed from the endangered list, but the species is still protected.

I love this headshot because it shows his elegance, the "eagle eye" and the silliness of a post preen- chin floof. I could edit out the floof- I just thought it added character to his regalness.


The default size of the print is 10x10 ($75)

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Bald Eagle Portrait

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