Steller's Sea Eagle - Haliaeetus pelagicus

Length 2.8-3.4 ft (83.8-104.1 cm)
Wingspan 6.4-8.2 ft (195.1-249.9 cm)
Weight 11-20 lb (4989.5-9071.8 g)
Clutch Size 1-3
Chicks at birth Altricial
IUCN Conservation Status Vulnerable

The Steller's Sea Eagle is the heaviest known eagle and is found in coastal northeastern Asia. They are rare and little is known about them. They breed on the Kamchatka Peninsula and coastal areas around eastern Siberia. Like Bald Eagles, they eat the spawning and dying salmon but they will also eat small mammals, other fish, and seabirds.

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