Eagles

Order: Falconiformes
Family: Accipitridae

The family Accipitridae is a family of birds of prey and include hawks, eagles, kites, harriers and Old World vultures. These birds have very large powerful hooked beaks for tearing flesh from their prey, strong legs, powerful talons, and keen eyesight. There are 233 species world wide, 28 North American species, and 19 Florida species.


Bald Eagle
(Bald Eagle 9771)
Image ©Deidre HeindlGolden Eagle
(Eagle Closeup)
Image ©Deidre HeindlBald Eagle
(Bald Eagle 2)
Image ©Deidre HeindlJuvenile Bald Eagle
(Juvenile Bald Eagle in Flight 6446)
Image ©Deidre HeindlBald Eagle
(Bald Eagle Headshot)
Image ©Deidre HeindlBald Eagle
(Bald Eagle Overhead)
Image ©Deidre HeindlTwo Bald Eagles
(2 Bald Eagles)
Image ©Deidre HeindlJuvenile Bald Eagle
(Juvenile Bald Eagle in Flight 6449)
Image ©Deidre HeindlJuvenile Bald Eagle
(Jv Eagle And Osprey)
Image ©Deidre HeindlBald Eagle
(Bald Eagle 9786)
Image ©Deidre HeindlJuvenile Bald Eagle
(Juvenile Bald Eagle in Flight 6451)
Image ©Deidre HeindlBald Eagle 
(Bald Eagle 106)
Image ©Deidre HeindlJuvenile Bald Eagle
(Juvenile Bald Eagle in Flight 6455)
Image ©Deidre Heindl
ALL IMAGES ON THIS WEBSITE ARE © DEIDRE HEINDL OR © IMAGES BY DEIDRE. PERMISSION REQUIRED FOR ANY AND ALL USES. THANK YOU.