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Food Strategy

Bald eagles can range widely during the winter in their search for food. They are serious scavengers often feeding on road kills or discarded deer carcasses. When food is the issue they may be aggressive to other eagles or any competition. Immature and sub-adult eagles are mottled brown and may be mistaken for golden eagles. Golden eagles are slightly smaller in size and quite rare in the midwest. In both species females are slightly larger than male birds.

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