A portrait of a bald eagle in flight in front of snow capped mountains. Bald eagles soar using currents of air and updrafts, and help them conserve energy. Soaring birds can also find rising air in places where the wind is forced to flow up the side of a hill. They can fly at speeds of about 30 miles per hour.
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A bald eagle flies with salmon in its grips was last modified: February 21st, 2018 by