Bald Eagle 🦅🚍 Virtual Field Trips
Did you know that bald eagles build the largest nest of any North American bird, their nests can weigh up to 2,000 pounds, and they are not really bald? Check out these 🦅🚍 virtual field trips to learn even more about these awesome birds!
The bald eagle has been the national bird of the United States since 1782 and is considered to be a symbol of pride and strength. Bald eagles have a grip up to 10 times stronger than humans. They have hooked beaks which are helpful for hunting. Baby eagles are called eaglets, are light gray when born and then turn brown. When they are four to five years old, they develop their white heads and tails. Bald eagles typically live 20 to 30 years in the wild. Learn these, plus many more fun facts about bald eagles in these informative virtual field trips.
This Google slide deck includes 4 different virtual trips and uses embedded videos. It
also includes a linked image in the bottom right corner to return to the menu slide. It is best used in Present mode with the teacher sharing their screen. Another option is to go to File > Publish to Web and using that link. As always, teachers should preview the trips before using to determine what best fits the needs of their class. I hope that these virtual trips are enjoyed by you and your students.
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