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The Bald Eagle Americas National Emblem

THE BALD EAGLE REPRESENTS FREEDOM

BALD EAGLE AMERICAS NATIONAL EMBLEM

The bald eagle Americas national Eemblem reminds us of the pursuit of freedom. It lives in freedom among natures forests of wild things. Reminding us that wild things can be powerful and resilient. Consistently striving and reminds us to be better versions of ourselves in the wilderness of life.

AMERICAS NATIONAL EMBLEM

"As the bald eagle is Americas national emblem. It is also called the national bird and national animal of the United States of America."

THE BALD EAGLE REPRESENTS FREEDOM

Because it is believed to and reminds us to be better versions of ourselves in the wilderness of life. The bald eagle reminds us of the pursuit of freedom. It lives in a maner of freedom among natures forests of tall trees and wild things. This reminds us that wild things can be powerful and resilient. As a wild bird in the forest this bird of freedom is about consistently striving. It has long life.
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BALD EAGLES MAJESTIC LOOK

The majestic look of the bald eagale is white headed. And as an adult it is mainly dark brown with a white head and tail. Large bodies of open water are an abundant food supply for the bald eagel. The bald eagle with great strength is a bird of prey. It swoops down and snatches from the water with its talons.

 

In 1782 when the great seal of the United States was adopted. The Great Seal shows a wide-spread eagle, faced front, having on his breast a shield with thirteen perpendicular red and white stripes, surmounted by a blue field with the same number of stars.

 

EAGLE-EYE

 

Oh majestic eagle
what do you see
perched on a snag
so high above me?

 

Your white head feathers
shimmer so fine
in morning glow sublime

 

Do you see goldeneye ducks
feathered black and white
as they do their water tucks

 

or elegant black cormorants
as they sit and preen

 

or white and gray gulls
who swoop and squelp

 

or busy madrona
of peeling red bark
and falling leaves

 

or curlews
calling their name
while de-bugging meadow marsh

 

or pesky crows
nagging with 'caws'

 

Are you awed
by Mt. Baker
snow-white and serene?

 

Or are you focused
only on lunch
as it leaps water-free?
Gwen Austin

 

The Bld Eagle, Our National Emblem