The bald eagle is the largest raptor in Utah and second only to the Condor in North America. As with most raptors, the female is larger than the male. Males may weigh as little as 4.5 pounds and the largest females may weigh up to 14 pounds. The wingspan is 6.5-8 feet and the body may be up to 36 inches long. Bald eagles from the northern parts of their range are usually much larger then the southern birds
(KAHL--uh) Calvagh, Calbhach (KAHL--ahkh).
In northern NSW. The park is named after its most prominent feature, Bald Rock, which is a large granite outcrop rising about 200 metres above the surrounding landscape. Measuring about 750 metres long and 500 metres wide this is the largest granite monolith in Australia. This regolith has created a landscape with many exposed inselbergs of granite rocks, some balancing on top of each other, or forming natural arches. The walking track going up the back of Bald Rock leads through such an arch. Just off the road beside the park is Thunderbolts Hideout, a set of caves and overhanging granite rocks. It was thought to have been used by bushranger Captain Thunderbolt.
They get their name from the Old English word for white “balde”
"I'm huntin' wabbits, eheheheheheh"
Reformed the West Frankish army and laid the foundations for French chivalry in the high Middle Ages
Falcons, eagles, hawks and allies. Family: Acciptridae.
Argentine writer, poet, essayist and critic. Director of the National Library of the Argentine Republic and professor of English Language at the University of Buenos Aires.
(1989) Played by Burt Lancaster in his final film role.
Director: Stanley Kubrick. Also starred R. Lee Ermey, Dorian Harewood & Kevyn Major Howard. Plot: A pragmatic U.S. Marine observes the dehumanizing effects the Vietnam War has on his fellow Marine recruits from their brutal basic training to the bloody street fighting set in 1968 Hue, Vietnam.