Bald Eagles

Beautiful Bald Eagles Protecting Their Nest - Alaska by JD Andrews

A Family of Bald Eagles at Marble Island Alaska by JD Andrews

It takes about five years for a juvenile's head and tail feathers to turn white.

The 'Dad' bald eagle brings an addition for the nest while the 'Mom' tends to the Juvenile eagle - who is hard to see here since Juvenile bald eagles are a mixture of brown and white, with a black beak.