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Young Bald Eagle Spotted In Sioux Falls

January 18, 2013, 5:32 PM

Young Bald Eagle Spotted In Sioux Falls

While our cameras were out gathering news on Friday near 57th Street and Sycamore Avenue in Sioux Falls, we got a shot of something you normally don't see in the city: a bald eagle.

The eagle, which our Chief Photographer named Don Henley, is only about four or five years old, so Don's signature bald head is just staring to peek through his brown feathers.

Bald eagles usually live about 35 years.

When fully mature, a bald eagle can have a wingspan up to eight feet across and weigh around ten pounds.

Click on the play button below to watch the bird take flight.

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