Bald eagle viewing the landscape atop a tree. In the warm glow of the sun, this eagle cools off. Bald eagles do not sweat. To regulate their body temperature and keep dry, eagle will fluff up their feathers away from their body. This stately raptor perches on a tree top, staying steady with its powerful talons. With this view, the eagle can augment its incredible vision. Bald eagles not only see prey as far as a mile away, they also can see ultraviolet light. Image taken at the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve, boasting the world’s largest concentration of bald eagles.
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